U of G’s Genetic Archive Now Open to World

Posted May 14, 2018 - 12:47pm

One of the planet's largest collections of DNA samples - a genetic Noah's ark held at the University of Guelph representing Canadian creatures from mites to whales - is now available to reseatchers through the GGBN Data Portal, adding roughly 1.5 million DNA extracts to GGBN's online collection, which not totals over 3.6 million records online.

See the University of Guelph's press release and GGNB's statistics pages for more information.