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ASN-0003 Available Through ANSI 45-Day Public Review

ASN-0003: Species-Level Identification of Animal Cells through Mitochondrial Cytochrome c Oxidase Subunit 1 (CO1) DNA Barcodes

ASN-0003: Species-Level Identification of Animal Cells through Mitochondrial Cytochrome c Oxidase Subunit 1 (CO1) DNA Barcodes is now available through ANSI for a 45-day public review as published in the ANSI Standards Action.

Drafts for review can be obtained by contacting the ATCC Standards Development Organization (SDO), standards@atcc.org, or by contacting the ANSI Public Service office, PSA@ANSI.org.

All reviews and comments must be submitted to the SDO by COB November 2, 2015.   The draft document is copyrighted and neither the publication nor any portion thereof may be adapted, copied, or otherwise reproduced by electronic, mechanical, photocopying, or recording without prior written permission from ATCC SDO. To request permission to use this publication, or any portion thereof in any manner, please contact Maryellen de Mars, Ph.D., Senior Director, ATCC Standards Resource Center at: mdemars@atcc.org.

ATCC SDO contact
Christine Roberts
ATCC Standards Development Organization
calston-roberts@atcc.org

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