High Throughput Mining and Characterization of Microsatellites from Common Carp Genome
AbstractIn order to supply sufficient microsatellite loci for high-density linkage mapping, whole genome shotgun (WGS) sequences of the common carp (Cyprinus carpio) were assembled and surveyed for microsatellite identification. A total of 79,014 microsatellites were collected which were harbored in 68,827 distinct contig sequences. These microsatellites were characterized in the common carp genome. Information of all microsatellites, including previously published BAC-based microsatellites, was then stored in a MySQL database, and a web-based database interface (http://genomics.cafs.ac.cn/ssrdb) was built for public access and download. A total of 3,110 microsatellites, including 1,845 from WGS and 1,265 from BAC end sequences (BES), were tested and genotyped on a mapping family with 192 individuals. A total of 963 microsatellites markers were validated with polymorphism in the mapping family. They will soon be used for high-density linkage mapping with a vast number of polymorphic SNP markers. View Full-Text
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Ji, P.; Zhang, Y.; Li, C.; Zhao, Z.; Wang, J.; Li, J.; Xu, P.; Sun, X. High Throughput Mining and Characterization of Microsatellites from Common Carp Genome. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2012, 13, 9798-9807.
Ji P, Zhang Y, Li C, Zhao Z, Wang J, Li J, Xu P, Sun X. High Throughput Mining and Characterization of Microsatellites from Common Carp Genome. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2012; 13(8):9798-9807.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ji, Peifeng; Zhang, Yan; Li, Chao; Zhao, Zixia; Wang, Jian; Li, Jiongtang; Xu, Peng; Sun, Xiaowen. 2012. "High Throughput Mining and Characterization of Microsatellites from Common Carp Genome." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 13, no. 8: 9798-9807.