Data from: Accuracy of a prey-specific DNA assay and a generic prey-immunomarking assay for detecting predation

James R. Hagler, Felisa Blackmer & Dale W. Spurgeon
Predator gut examinations are useful for detecting arthropod predation events. The accuracy and reproducibility of two different gut assays are tested on various predator species that consumed Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens), that was externally labelled with rabbit immunoglobulin (IgG). Each predator homogenate was examined in triplicate for prey remains by both a conventional PCR assay to detect for C. carnea DNA and a generic ELISA to detect for rabbit IgG marked prey. The ability of each...
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