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US scientists track fish migration using DNA in water samples

Easy, inexpensive method can be used to help monitor and protect aquatic life


A SIMPLE analysis of fish DNA in water drawn from two New York rivers successfully tracked the presence or absence of numerous species during a spring marine migration, according to research published on Wednesday.

The inexpensive technique, which can have broad

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