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  • From sampling methodology to Metabarcoding, a new way to use environmental DNA (eDNA) as a tool for fish biodiversity assessment in stream waters - metabarcoding.org
    an alternative at catch release methodologies and other sampling methods Furthermore the synergy between eDNA and Metabarcoding is even more attractive for its sensitivity and its potential breakthrough in Ecology Two institutions and a start up company decided to join their knowledges Irstea LECA and Spygen to test the efficiency of this new approach fish biodiversity assessment for Irstea molecular analysis NGS knowledge and metabarcoding analysis for Spygen and the LECA The aim of this collaboration is to create a new sampling methodology of eDNA in stream waters to improve the eDNA analysis for the fish biodiversity and to interpret the recovered signal through Metabarcoding and Models Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop And our hats go off to them for the organizational skills warmth and hospitality During the week experienced metabarcoders gave lectures on their trials and tribulations in the field of metabarcoding sparking conversations between the attendees The end of the first day saw flash talks from all participants of the event creating an icebreaker

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  • DNA metabarcoding in biodiversity research - metabarcoding.org
    Is this error random or systematic If it is systematic e g species 1 systematically has a 50 lower yield than species 2 a correction factor can be applied to the final result DNA amplification bias for problematic taxa will be further estimated using known prior DNA concentrations from tissue samples and qPCR Analysis bias Here we will compare metabarcoding results from three independent laboratories to estimate the amount of variance purely caused by laboratory bound differences Two metabarcoding approaches will be used The first will be based entirely on environmental DNA which will be used for fish and amphibian communities This allows one to test for the severity of all above sources of error The second will be based on unsorted community samples of macro invertebrates and zoobenthos oligochaetes molluscs arthropods and on unsorted zooplankton samples These will be homogenized prior to subsampling and DNA extraction There we will only be able to detect amplification and analysis bias Because many zoobenthos and zooplankton species are difficult to identify and contain many cryptic species many taxa are only identified at family level or higher levels e g calanoid copepods versus cyclopoid copepods a metabarcoding approach is expected to provide greater taxonomic resolution for ecological studies and greater sensitivity to detect uncommon species Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw

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  • Second Metabarcoding Spring School in Crete (13-17 May 2013) - metabarcoding.org
    however people from all fields of metabarcoding are encouraged to participate Main lecturers Chris Bowler ENS France Antony Chariton CSIRO Australia Eric Coissac LECA CNRS France François Pompanon LECA CNRS France Xin Zhou BGI China Lucie Zinger EDB CNRS France Final program Monday 13 Tuesday 14 Wednesday 15 Thursday 16 Friday 17 9h 10h Registration Welcome Eric Coissac In silico selection and design of barcodes for DNA metabarcoding François Pompanon Diet analysis using NGS Antony Chariton Can metabaroding be used to routinely monitor and assess estuarine environments Antony Chariton Environmental monitoring of marine and estuarine sedimentary environments wins losses and considerations 10h 11h François Pompanon Introduction to DNA metabarcoding Xin Zhou Using standard barcode for DNA metabarcoding Chris Bowler The Tara Ocean Expedition Lucie Zinger DNA metabarcoding in community ecology Xin Zhou A PCR free approach of DNA metabarcoding 11h00 11h30 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break 11h30 11h45 Mieke Jansen DNA metabarcoding in biodiversity research James Seymour Haile What s In the Mix Piles of Pills and Bags of Bones Jon Kristoffersen Comparison of conventional otolith analysis and DNA metabarcoding approach to assess the diet of the Mediterranean Shag from pellets Kathleen Stoof Leichsenring Obtaining genetic diatom diversity from arctic lake sediments Jakub Kreisinger Gastrointestinal microbiota of wild and inbred individuals in two House Mouse subspecies assessed using high throughput parallel pyrosequencing 11h45 12h00 Raphael Civade From sampling methodology to Metabarcoding a new way to use environmental DNA eDNA as a tool for fish biodiversity assessment in stream waters Rodolphe Rougerie High throughput species identification of insects as ecological indicators using next generation sequencing Christelle Tougard Molecular identification of the diet for the Pomatoschistus gobies from Mediterranean lagoons towards a better management of the lagoonal ecosystems María Magdalena Fernández Guardiola Attempting to characterize marine meiofauna using metabarcoding what we got and what we wish Vania Patrone Assessing the diversity and dynamics of microbial communities within the gut 12h00 12h15 Kees van Bochove Protocol optimization for eDNA metabarcoding of macrofauna indicator species listed in the European Water Kurt Jordaens The use of DNA metabarcoding to optimize the natural history collections of two Belgian federal institutes Anna Papadopoulou DNA based biodiversity assessment of beetle assemblages making the transition towards a metabarcoding approach Cristina Pavloudi Next generation biodiversity Combination of molecular and morphological approaches to estimate biodiversity in lagoonal sediments Heidy Schimann Host preference of fungal communities in a tropical forest evidences obtained with 454 pyrosequencing of fungal ITS 12h15 12h30 Jos Kielgast eDNA monitoring of aquatic animals based on water samples Moneeb A Qablan Application of NGS to examine genetic diversity of piroplasmids in their definitive host Tomasz Suchan Metabarcoding of plant pollinator networks Cuong Q Tang The widely used small subunit 18S rDNA molecule greatly underestimates true diversity in biodiversity surveys of the meiofauna Lucie Miché Impact of metal and spray pollutions on the biodiversity of Astragalus tragacantha associated root symbionts 12h30 12h45 Alexandros Triantafyllidis Barcoding and Meta barcoding Research in the Laboratory of Animal Population

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  • metabarcoding.org
    in two parts Two days of lectures 22nd 23rd Three days of practicals All the lectures and the practicals will be taught in English The number of participants in the lecture portion is not limited but Read more of The sixth DNA metabarcoding Spring School at Kunming Latest articles Cat hair silent witness of crime scene 1 March 2012 by BAKSAY Sandra The use of non human DNA found on crime scenes can improve the effectiveness of forensic Read more of Cat hair silent witness of crime scene Benthic vs pelagic contribution in the diet of marine benthic primary consumers a multi tool approach 1 March 2012 by MARCHAIS Violette My PhD aims at determining the precise diet of three marine benthic primary consumers abalone Read more of Benthic vs pelagic contribution in the diet of marine benthic primary consumers a multi tool approach DNA barcoding at the Museum Koenig 1 March 2012 by ASTRIN Jonas In the presentation given for the fellow Metabarcoding Spring School participants in Pinsot Read more of DNA barcoding at the Museum Koenig Phylogeny of anaerobic gut fungi 29 February 2012 by MRAZEK Jakub The talk will deal with characterization of anaerobic fungi focusing on recent attempts to Read more of Phylogeny of anaerobic gut fungi Variability of vole food preferences new insights using DNA metabarcoding 29 February 2012 by SOININEN Eeva The general framework of generalist herbivore food selection theory has been developed using Read more of Variability of vole food preferences new insights using DNA metabarcoding 0 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada

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    bg br brezhoneg bs bosanski ca català co corsu cpf Kréol réyoné cpf hat Kréyòl Péyi Dayiti cs čeština da dansk de Deutsch en English eo Esperanto es Español eu euskara fa fon fongbè fr français fr fem français féminin gl galego he hr hrvatski hu magyar id Indonesia it italiano it fem italiana ja km lb Lëtzebuergesch my Burmese nl Nederlands oc auv òc auvernhat oc gsc òc gascon oc lms òc lemosin oc lnc òc lengadocian oc ni òc niçard oc ni la òc niçard larg oc ni mis òc nissart mistralenc oc prv òc provençau oc va òc vivaroaupenc pl polski pt Português pt br Português do Brasil ro român ru sk slovenčina sv svenska tr Türkçe vi Ti ng Vi t zh Personal identifiers Login or e mail address Password password forgotten Remember my ID for a few days Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop And our hats go off to them for the organizational skills warmth and hospitality During the week experienced

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  • Studying microbial diversity - metabarcoding.org
    posed by working with microbes in nature forming large highly diverse but elusive populations However this methodological revolution must consider conceptual and methodological matters to correctly interpret microbial diversity and its patterns During this talk I will present advances gaps and caveats of these recent approaches for studying microbial diversity I ll discuss potentials and limitations of the available methodologies from sampling to sequence analysis and suggest alternative ways to incorporate results in a conceptual and methodological framework Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding

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  • ZINGER Lucie - metabarcoding.org
    of your message Required Please leave this field empty Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop And our hats go off to them for the organizational skills warmth and hospitality During the week experienced metabarcoders gave lectures on their trials and tribulations in the field of metabarcoding sparking conversations between the attendees The end of the first day saw flash talks from all participants of the event creating

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  • Identification of mosquito blood meals using cytochrome c oxidase and cytochrome b PCR - metabarcoding.org
    from the bloodmeals of mosquitoes Diptera Culicidae The protocols used one pair of COI primers and one pair of Cyt b primers to amplify short segments of DNA Resultant sequences were then compared with sequences in GenBank using the BLAST function for putative host identification Vertebrate DNA was amplified from 121 of our sample of 300 wild caught blood fed mosquitoes from Zika forest Uganda and GenBank BLAST searches putatively identified 98 of the amplified sequences including amphibians reptiles mammalian and avian species Criteria and caveats for putative identification of blood meals are discussed Attached documents kaddumukasa pinsot 2012 pdf PDF 4 7 Mb Twitter Metabarcoding Editorial board BRANDNER Melissa University of Nordland Bodø Norway BROCHMANN Christian National Centre for Biosystematics Oslo Norway CHARITON Anthony CSIRO Land and Water Lucas Heights NA Australia DEAGLE Bruce University of Victoria Victoria Canada Eric Coissac LECA Grenoble France KASAPIDIS Panagiotis Hellenic Center for Marine Research Irakleion Crete Greece PAWLOWSKI Jan Université de Genève Genève 4 Switzerland TABERLET Pierre LECA Grenoble France WILLERSLEV Eske Centre for GeoGenetics Copenhagen Denmark Editorial Vodka Bison and Metabarcoding 31 July 2015 by BRANDNER Melissa The start of last month saw the occurrence of the Fifth Metabarcoding Spring School held in Białowieża National Park Poland A variety of scientists attended from all over the globe to learn share and inspire with unique stories of metabarcoding The scientists at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Białowieża National Park hosted this year s workshop And our hats go off to them for the organizational skills warmth and hospitality During the week experienced metabarcoders gave lectures on their trials and tribulations in the field of metabarcoding sparking conversations between the attendees The end of the first day saw flash talks from all participants of the event creating an icebreaker and showing the

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