Peter Griffin posted in decomposition • DNA • dna database • geoforensic • soil on February 29th, 2012.
A bid by Massey University researchers to showcase the latest DNA sequencing technologies for students around New Zealand may help compile a census of microbial life in the nation’s soils. It could also spark new interest in having a national database of soil microbe DNA of potential use for forensic work. A senior lecturer in […]
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