Collecting tissue samples – how to minimally damage preserved specimens

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Furse, James
Dawkins, KL
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2020
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Collecting tissue samples from preserved specimens for genetic analysis is increasingly common nowadays, or routine. However, in addition to being time consuming, exposing researchers to increased risk from injuries (i.e. cuts from scalpels) and known toxins (in the case of formalin-preserved specimens), collecting tissue samples somewhat obviously physically damages the specimen.

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Crayfish News
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42
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4
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Ecology
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Furse, J; Dawkins, KL, Collecting tissue samples – how to minimally damage preserved specimens, Crayfish News, 2020, 42 (4), pp. 5-5
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