The history of DNA barcoding
A DNA barcode is a DNA sequence that uniquely identifies each species of living thing. Dr. Mark Stoeckle from the Rockefeller University talks about the history of DNA barcoding, from the first paper published in 2003 to the international consortium of researchers that exists today.
DNA, barcoding, DNA barcoding, Stoeckle, CSHL, DNALC, genetics, gene, biodiversity, species, iBOL, phylogenetic, diversity
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