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A rapid PCR technology was developed to differentiate Cervus antlers species and adulteration based on the difference in mitochondrial genome. Three specifically designed primer sets were confirmed to have high inter-species specificity and good intra-species stability. Limits of detection were estimated to be 1 ng of genomes for reindeer and 10 ng for the other species. Especially, when the mixture of Cervus antlers and reindeer or sambar was assayed, these primer sets still exhibited strongdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7608971.v1 fatcat:dhe36tvj25crngsglyk3xpkw7i