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Good question. You can use that DNA to then barcode the sample. So say you want to know for sure what is in your hamburger, you could do a barcode protocol and determine if it is really beef, or something else, like horse. DIYbio labs in England actually did this during the horse-meat situation a while back. You could also extract and ship samples for more detailed sequencing at local or overseas labs.