VigiDNA M analyses, based on the eDNA Metabarcoding approach, are used for the monitoring of key taxonomic groups in aquatic ecosystems, for diet analysis or the study of plant composition from honey.
Monitoring of taxonomic groups in aquatic ecosystem
VigiDNA M analyses are currently proposed for the monitoring of 4 target taxonomic groups. For sampling, SPYGEN provides sampling kits and also offers training sessions. For any other request, do not hesitate to contact us.
Diet analysis from faeces
Diet analyses offered by SPYGEN enable all taxa ingested by the studied animal (plants and vertebrates) to be inventoried. For the collection of faeces, SPYGEN provides sampling kits.
Analysis of plant composition from honey
VigiDNA M analyses enable the assessment of which plant taxonomic groups (family, genus, specie) were foraged for honey production. They can be performed from honey directly collected in the hive or after harvest and packaging.