Microsatellites

Novel and highly informative Capsicum SSR markers and their cross-species transferability

G. S. C. Buso, Reis, A. M. M., Amaral, Z. P. S., Ferreira, M. E., Buso, G. S. C., Reis, A. M. M., Amaral, Z. P. S., and Ferreira, M. E., Novel and highly informative Capsicum SSR markers and their cross-species transferability, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

This study was undertaken primarily to develop new simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers for Capsicum. As part of this project aimed at broadening the use of molecular tools in Capsicum breeding, two genomic libraries enriched for AG/TC repeat sequences were constructed for Capsicum annuum. A total of 475 DNA clones were sequenced from both libraries and 144 SSR markers were tested on cultivated and wild species of Capsicum. Forty-five SSR markers were randomly selected to genotype a panel of 48 accessions of the Capsicum germplasm bank.

Isolation and characterization of novel microsatellite markers in Mercenaria mercenaria

Y. F. Ning, Li, Z. B., Mao, X. Q., Li, B. B., Huang, Y. S., Yuan, Y., Shangguan, J. B., Ning, Y. F., Li, Z. B., Mao, X. Q., Li, B. B., Huang, Y. S., Yuan, Y., Shangguan, J. B., Ning, Y. F., Li, Z. B., Mao, X. Q., Li, B. B., Huang, Y. S., Yuan, Y., and Shangguan, J. B., Isolation and characterization of novel microsatellite markers in Mercenaria mercenaria, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Mercenaria mercenaria, also known as the hard clam, is widely distributed in the coastal waters of temperate and tropical areas in the Asian Pacific region. This species is widely popular in the international market, especially in the United States, Europe, and other Western countries, because of its high protein value, taste, and simple farming requirements. In this study, 17 novel microsatellite loci from the M. mercenaria genome were developed using the fast isolation by amplified fragment length polymorphism of sequences containing repeats protocol.

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