DNA Barcode training at BecA-ILRI Hub 2014
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Schindel, D. 2014. DNA Barcode training at BecA-ILRI Hub 2014. Video. Nairobi, Kenya: ILRI.
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Dr David Schindel, CBOL, gives an overview of DNA Barcode of Wildlife Informatics Training Workshop held at Biosciences eastern and central Africa-International Livestock Research Institute (BecA-ILRI) Hub, in Kenya. The objective of the training is to provide lab training in the methods associated with the DNA barcoding pipeline. As a matter of fact, identification of trace evidence that can assist wildlife crime case by proving an offense has taken place, identifying an offender, linking an offender to both crime scene and items removed from a crime scene with that scene all form a critical part in compiling a case. Through these experiences, DNA barcoding in Kenya will ultimately help prosecute wildlife criminals.