I am a research fellow at the University of Padua, Italy. I received a BSc in Molecular Biology and a MS in Evolutionary Biology. I am currently working in the field of Genomics on the development of a novel method for the preparation of sequencing libraries. Out of the lab, I am a passionate writer, a curious traveller and an enthusiast brewer.
Articles by Claudia Rabuffo
In biology, a molecular barcode is a characteristic DNA sequence used to distinguish and gather together similar items. Such a simple but powerful concept is useful in various applications. As an example, the Barcoding of Life project aims to identify specimens through the sequencing of standard gene regions, and use these as barcodes. On the other…