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Pairing non-invasive sampling with genomics in conservation studies

Researchers have refined 'next-gen' DNA sequencing to allow them to study the entire genome of hard to study species using samples as small as a single hair.

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Michael A. Russello, Matthew D. Waterhouse, Paul D. Etter, Eric A. Johnson

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