Similar to the identification of products via scanning their barcode, the identification of organisms is based on so-called DNA-barcodes. These standardized DNA sequences are specific to each species and allow for the identification of an unknown sample via a comparison with a reference database for reliably identified species. For this, DNA is usually extracted from tissue samples, barcode DNA is then sequenced and compared with the DNA sequences in the database. DNA-barcoding allows for a rapid and reliable taxonomic identification of most animals, plants and fungi.

  1. Extraction of total DNA.
  2. Copying of a certain geneomic region (DNA Barcode) via general primers or specifically developed molecular probes.
  3. Reading, processing and subsequent comparison of the of DNA sequence with reference databases for molecular species identification.

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