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- Amato, George, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- PloS one 2009 v.4 no.11
- Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species; DNA barcoding; Lepidocybium; Thunnus alalunga; Thunnus thynnus; cytochrome-c oxidase; endangered species; fraud; genetic distance; health hazards; menu planning; phylogeny; restaurants; species identification; sushi; trade; tuna; Colorado; Italy; Japan; New York
- ... Background: The use of DNA barcodes for the identification of described species is one of the least controversial and most promising applications of barcoding. There is no consensus, however, as to what constitutes an appropriate identification standard and most barcoding efforts simply attempt to pair a query sequence with reference sequences and deem identification successful if it falls within ...
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