Environmental DNA (eDNA) surveillance is increasingly recognized as a non-invasive tool for monitoring and studying biodiversity in freshwater and marine ecosystems.
eDNA is derived from cellular material shed by organisms into natural substrates such as water or air, and successful and reliable purification of eDNA from those substrates
is critical for downstream analyses.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- Fast and reliable eDNA purification without downstream inhibition
- Sample filtration and eDNA concentration
- Minimizing the risk of DNA cross-contamination
August 25th | 4:00 pm