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At 10:28am on September 20, 2010, Balasaheb Govind Kulkarni said…
Thanks. let me know your field of barcoding. Is it possible to take up some joint research programme on barcoding.
At 12:26am on September 13, 2010, Zabta Shinwari said…
Thanks Kris

Keep in touch

At 6:40am on September 9, 2010, Abhishek Kr. Malakar said…
Hi, thank you for join us.
At 4:03pm on September 8, 2010, Iloh Andrew Chibuzor said…
Hi kris
Nice to be connetec to you on this Barcoding network. hope to share my knowledge with the group as time goes.
i also hope i could also benefit from the group also interms of my project
At 8:31am on September 8, 2010, Jan van Eeden said…
Hi Kris

I can give medical support to the group going into the Richtersfeld
on the 20 September
I am sure that I can contribute
At 1:40am on August 24, 2010, narsi said…
Thank you jett for membership .iam presently working on lepidoptera insects taxonomy ,iam planing to work DNA bar coding of lepidoptera insects , i searching for standard protocols
At 6:06am on July 28, 2010, Paramasivan. R said…
Thanx Dr.Kris Jett for inviting me as a member. I am presently working on Barcoding of public health imprtant Mosquito species in southern India.I am looking forward to get your valuable suggestion to do better barcoding work. I have already been working on the genotyping of Dengue and Chikungunya viruses prevalent in southern India.
At 12:58am on July 27, 2010, Dr. Nidhi Kakkar said…
I never work on barcoding.I want your guidence to work on barcoding of beetles.
At 6:06am on July 20, 2010, Adriani Sunuddin said…
Thank you for such kind invitation, as newbie in dna barcoding works at present I'm dealing with endangered and edible reef species, from fish (napoleon wrasse) and clams (giant clams and abalones) in Seribu Islands, Indonesia.
At 5:58am on July 17, 2010, SUJEET KUMAR SINGH said…
Dear Kris Jet..
Specially I have not done work on Barcoding. I am specially working on genetics of Bengal tiger like Sequencing and genotyping.
But i am highly interested to do work on Barcoding of wild species from Marine to Mammals.
Initially I have designed a proposal on barcoding of the MAMMELS , Schedule -I species under Wildlife protection act the Supervision of my supervisor Dr S.P.Goyal , Scientist F Wildlife Forensic cell wildlife ,Wildlife Institute of India , Dehradun , India I have good expert hand to do lab work.
Please advise me how I can utilize my proposal,

I am looking forward for your kind suggestion and help.
At 9:19am on July 16, 2010, SUJEET KUMAR SINGH said…
Hi Kris
I am Sujeet Singh , working as junior research fellow on tiger genome project India
I have completed my M.Sc. in Biotechnology in 2009. I have designed some proposal work on the bar coding of wild mammals reptiles bird and fish .
At 9:09am on July 16, 2010, SUJEET KUMAR SINGH said…
hi !
Kris Jet hw ru ?
At 1:38am on July 12, 2010, M.Arunachalam said…
I am interested in the barcoding of the freshwater fishes of India
At 8:05am on July 3, 2010, Rick Turner said…
Hi Kris..
I'm hearing lots of good stuff about you. Thanks for the collegial invite. Presently I am away from BIO for two months resting and rehabilitating and back injury. I'll also be taking pictures out in the field whenever I can.


At 11:58am on June 29, 2010, R.L.Rengarajan said…
Thank you for your invitation. I am working on identification of rodents pest. Happy to join with you.
At 4:30pm on June 25, 2010, Adeniyi Jayeola said…
Hi Kris,

I am involved in the Tree-BOL project. Currently I am undertaking an ambitious but not impossible project of barcoding the trees of Nigeria, numbering some 900 species in around 54 families, spreading over diverse eco-floristic zones: from wetlands to drylands. I may not complain too much on inadequacy of molecular systematics facilities here because I receive ready support from Jodrell Laboratory, Kew (thanks to Prof. Mark Chase) and Masha of Biodiversity Institute of Ontario. I depend on them from extraction to sequencing. Another challenge is not obtaining high quality DNA for sequencing. Masha thinks my samples were not green enough and therefore the low success rate of about 20% from a sample lot of 190 specimens. It was almost frustrating. But after meeting Masha at the Tree-BOL Symposium in New York last April, and talking over the problem of sample preparation and DNA quality, I returned to Nigeria with a stronger determination to prepare better silica-dried samples. But then, the occurrence of several alkaloids in tropical leaves remains an important challenge for DNA barcoding.
One of my students will barcode the invasive trees of Nigeria. We hope to collect cambium in addition to the leaf samples, for comparative purposes.
Meanwhile, I am preparing silica-dried samples to be sent to Masha in tubes. I am concentrating on the two-locus combination, matK and rbcL proposed by the Plant Working Group. But Masha will include other genes with a view to generating data for phylogeny.

I am also interested in barcoding Herbarium samples. Do you know anyone who is keen?


At 1:06am on June 25, 2010, Sanil George said…
thank you very much chris
At 11:59am on June 23, 2010, Elizabeth A. Martínez-Salazar said…
Hello Kris,
Thanks for the invitation. I am working with genome size in parasites in my posdoctoral reseach, as well as collaborate in barcoding helminths parasites.
At 9:37am on June 22, 2010, Manuel Elias-Gutierrez said…
Hello Kris

I work on microcrustacean barcoding (not easy!). Thanks for the invitation

At 10:05pm on June 17, 2010, Khamla Inkhavilay said…
I just finished field work in Japan yesterday it was very great and good time but forest condition is not good so I am not really got many samples
Thank you very much for your add me colleague


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