Identifying bizarre samples using DNA sequencing data
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How do you identify an ancient piece of bone, a single piece of fur or a crushed insect leg? Millions of varied and often contaminated samples have passed through the hands of sequencing expert, Claire Griffin, over the years, and she continues to find new ways to identify the stranger side of nature hidden in every type of tissue sample imaginable.
Using the human microbiome to decipher crime scene tracesForensic investigators analyze genomes of human microorganisms to determine what took place at a crime scene.
Air microbiome provides answers to climate changeLondon researcher sequences invisible microbiome in air to understand why and how this ecosystem evolves.
Saving biodiversity through DNA barcodingDNA barcodes are used by Philippine wildlife enforcement to help identify confiscated species and aid in prosecution.
DNeasy Blood & Tissue Kits
Phenol-free DNA extraction
For fast and easy silica-based DNA extraction without phenol or chloroform in convenient spin-column and 96-well-plate formats.
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Genomic DNA purification
Genomic DNA from diverse samples
High yields of high-quality DNA extracted using optimized protocols for a wide range of samples.