Environmental DNA protocol development guide for biomonitoring.
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De Brauwer, M.
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The Environmental DNA protocol development guide for biomonitoring (EP guide for biomonitoring) provides harmonised quality control and minimum standard operating procedures. This document is complemented by the Environmental DNA test validation guidelines, which has been published in parallel with the EP guide for biomonitoring. The EP guide for biomonitoring provides information to create standard operating procedures for eDNA/ eRNA projects, whereas the eDNA test validation guidelines focus on advice for the development and use of eDNA and eRNA assays. This document is a comprehensive guide for the development and use of eDNA/eRNA test protocols, as recommended and curated by experts, stakeholders and end users in Australia and New Zealand. The EP guide for biomonitoring covers protocols for both single species (qPCR) and multispecies (metabarcoding) projects. Differences between approaches are highlighted in relevant sections throughout the guidelines. The guide is de.....
PublisherNational eDNA Reference Centre
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
CitationDe Brauwer, M., Chariton, A., Clarke, L.J., Cooper, M.K., DiBattista, J., et al (2022) Environmental DNA protocol development guide for biomonitoring. Canberra, Australia, National eDNA Reference Centre, 49pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1853
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