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CBOL Leading Labs Network (LLN)


CBOL Leading Labs Network (LLN)

The CBOL Leading Labs Network (LLN) was created in 2007 as a network of barcoding labs around the world dedicated to sharing technical information on barcoding and providing training and resources for new barcoding researchers and labs.

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Latest Activity: Jan 17, 2016

Previewing a software solution for barcode pipelines: the Geneious Biocode Plugin (Webinar, 24 June 2010)

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Previewing a software solution for barcode pipelines: the Geneious Biocode Plugin (Webinar 24 June 2010)

Started by Kris Jett. Last reply by Chris Meyer Jun 28, 2010. 18 Replies

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Started by Kris Jett. Last reply by Kris Jett Jun 24, 2010. 1 Reply

Welcome to the CBOL Leading Labs Network group!As a first step, why not introduce yourself to the community via the comment box below? Including your name, institution, and a description of your…Continue

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Comment by rehab refaat mohammed on January 17, 2014 at 5:23pm

hi , my name is rehab, a demonstrator in science faculty, from egypt , i am interested in DNA barcoding technique , i need help because i still have a little experience on that topic, i need a fellowship to learn this technique , please 



Comment by Isah, Mohammed Chado on February 19, 2012 at 12:38pm

a new barcode researcher. will use the instrument to discriminate Cichlidae and Mochikidae. i want to know the prospects of my menbership

Comment by bridget aito on June 16, 2011 at 12:34pm
hello all, i would like to know how to create barcode labels
Comment by Prasanna Kumar on May 25, 2011 at 5:06am
My supervisor asked me is there any software to create barcode label once we input the COI sequence in to the software? or is there any software to create barcode labels? He likes to represent the barcode label under the specimens instead its name.. can any one comment on this?
Comment by Biswajit Bose on March 30, 2011 at 4:23am

Hello,I am Biswajit Bose,a Junior Research Fellow in Plant Biotechnology Laboratory,North-Eastern Hill University,Shillong,India.I want to use DNA Barcoading techniques for medicinal and rare species identification and conservation.....I want to learn DNA Barcoading techniques in detail and utilize that in practical field..Are there any "Training course/workshop for Barcoading??Are there any fellowship for attending the training programmae??


Comment by A HA on March 14, 2011 at 9:53pm

Hello, I'm aha from Asia region. I use molecular techniques for species identification from processed food. I'm new to DNA barcoding techniques and would like to know any training courses and conferences that would help me to grisp on this techniques and data analysis. Your input are highly appreciated. Thanks 

Comment by Lee Weigt on February 14, 2011 at 9:07am

Hi Martha and welcome...

there is a training program mechanism - via the Leading Lab Network fellowships. You can go to a regional or national barcoding lab (Guelph, Smithsonian, Panama, Mexico are closest to you) and learn more about throughput, data pipelines, methods, etc. You need to bring something to the table - what will be the benefit to the larger barcoding enterprise if they invest in your training. pick a lab, write a proposal (the lab can help) and submit - they can cover travel, housing - you usually need to negotiate the rest with the host lab...



Comment by Martha Lyke on February 13, 2011 at 12:04am
Hello, I am Martha Lyke, a doctoral student at UTSA, and am interested in training programs for DNA barcoding.  I have experience with DNA sequencing, but am looking to learn more about the whole barcoding process.  Any information about training opportunities would be very much appreciated.  Thank you!
Comment by Geoby George on July 10, 2010 at 12:39am
Hi, myself Geoby george working as research scholar in Dpartment of Biotechnology,Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University,Maharashtra, India.I am working on barcoding of aquatic Coleotera in this region.
Comment by MOHAMMAD-MONZOOR on June 28, 2010 at 3:39am
I Mohammad-Monzoor Adewole AKINWALE working with the Fish Biotechnology Laboratory of the Nigerian Institute for Oceanography & Marine Research, Lagos. My lab carries out Molecular biology analyses, study of parasites, immunology and environmental conditions of fin and shellfish species within the coastal and inland waters of Nigeria. The extensive coastal region of Nigeria is part of the Gulf of Guinea coast and the Atlantic Ocean.

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