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Terrestrial mammal surveillance using hybridization capture of environmental DNA from African waterholes

Terrestrial mammal surveillance using hybridization capture of environmental DNA from African waterholes

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SEEBER, Peter Andreas, Gayle K. MCEWEN, Ulrike LÖBER, Daniel W. FÖRSTER, Marion L. EAST, Jörg MELZHEIMER, Alex D. GREENWOOD, 2019. Terrestrial mammal surveillance using hybridization capture of environmental DNA from African waterholes. In: Molecular ecology resources. 19(6), pp. 1486-1496. ISSN 1471-8278. eISSN 1471-8286. Available under: doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.13069

@article{Seeber2019-11Terre-46635, title={Terrestrial mammal surveillance using hybridization capture of environmental DNA from African waterholes}, year={2019}, doi={10.1111/1755-0998.13069}, number={6}, volume={19}, issn={1471-8278}, journal={Molecular ecology resources}, pages={1486--1496}, author={Seeber, Peter Andreas and McEwen, Gayle K. and Löber, Ulrike and Förster, Daniel W. and East, Marion L. and Melzheimer, Jörg and Greenwood, Alex D.} }

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