In the framework of two programs on the Belgian national TV discussing the presence of bushmeat in Brussels, i.e. ‘PANO’ (made by VRT) and ‘On n’est pas des pigeons’ (made by RTBF), the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) and BopCo were contacted to perform DNA-based identifications of the meat pieces the journalists purchased.
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The reference library GenBank is a crucial tool in species identification by DNA barcoding. For the universal barcode region COI there are now over 2.5 million records publically available.
In case you missed out on the Stop Wildlife Trafficking Exhibition (9-11 July 2018) we have a nice overview below:
The European Parliament is organising an exhibition on the topic of Wildlife Trafficking, with the help of the BopCo team!
Coming up soon: LifeWatch.be Users & Stakeholders Meeting.
January 25th-26th 2018
Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ), Ostend, Belgium.