international online community for dna barcoding professionals

DNA Extraction: CCDB Protocols for High-Throughput Barcoding

DNA extraction is one of the critical stages in the acquisition of DNA barcodes. We have developed a set of “Mix and Match” protocols allowing the extraction of DNA from various organisms including fungi and plants. These protocols are compatible with automation and deliver high quality DNA for only a fraction of the cost associated with the use of commercial kits. In addition, the voucher recovery step aids in preserving the morphology of small specimens for future reference. The same protocols can be easily down-scaled to a tube format for forensic applications and low throughput labs.

Please also see the video featured at the end of this webinar, showing "Glass Fiber Automated DNA Extraction" at full motion and in higher resolution.

Views: 364


You need to be a member of to add comments!



Tory's site-wide code

New to the Connect network?

Watch our Intro Webinar

Introduce yourself to the Connect community

Write a blog post

Ask a question

Tory's code

© 2018   Created by Mike Trizna.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service