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DNA Barcoding Protocol: Isolating DNA

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This demonstration covers the DNA Learning Center's DNA barcoding laboratory protocol. Laboratory techniques are demonstrated, focusing on a recently developed technique for DNA isolation using silica.
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Keywords:
DNA, barcoding, lab, protocol, isolate, isolation, specimen, sample, pipette, extract, extraction, precipitate, precipitation, equipment, reagents, centrifuge, identification, DNALC, CSHL, DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, high school, middle school, experiment, eluting, Urban Barcode Project, COI, rbCl, gene, genetic
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