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Barcode of Life Data Systems

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Barcode of Life Data Systems

Barcode of Life Data Systems (commonly known as BOLD) is a sequence database specifically devoted to DNA barcoding. It also provides an online platform for analyzing DNA sequences.[1] As of 2013, BOLD included over 2.5 million DNA barcode sequences from over 190,000 species.[2]


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