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PalaeoChip Arctic1.0: An optimised eDNA targeted enrichment approach to reconstructing past environments

By T. Murchie and others at
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Ancient environmental DNA has been established as a viable biomolecular proxy for tracking taxonomic presence through time in a local environment, even in the total absence of primary tissues. It is thought that sedimentary ancient DNA (sedaDNA) survives through mineral binding. And while these organo-mineral complexes likely facilitate long-term preservation,... Show more
September 1, 2020
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PalaeoChip Arctic1.0: An optimised eDNA targeted enrichment approach to reconstructing past environments
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