What's in a TankDNA Report?
The TankDNA test identifies DNA from any eukaryotes in your sample. The main goal of this test is to screen for eukaryotic parasites that contribute to fish and coral diseases in the reef tank. To view a complete example report, click here.
Along with parasites and algae, the TankDNA test identifies DNA from the whole reef tank community. The test results typically include DNA from:
- Livestock like fish, corals, and other invertebrates
- Cryptic animals like sponges, worms, and copepods
- Micro eukaryotes like ciliates, dinoflagellates, and amoeba
- Coralline algae
- Macro algae
The bottom line: our TankDNA Test provides an unprecedented level of detail on the community in your tank, including cryptic and microscopic communities that are not visible to the naked eye.
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