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fast sequence markers to study multilocus species trees of mammals

fast sequence markers to study multilocus species trees of mammals

Reference article: Rodríguez-Prieto, A., Igea, J., and Castresana, J. 2014. Development of rapidly evolving intron markers to estimate multilocus species trees of rodents. PLOS ONE 9, e96032.

26.05.2014

 

We identified in this work around 200 intron markers suitable for their amplification in Rodents. For each marker, we provide all necessary information for primer design in different rodent groups. We also confirmed for ten of these introns their ease of amplification in different rodent species and their high variability. With this work and a previous work dedicated to marker identification in other mammalian orders, we complete our search for fast sequence markers to study multilocus species trees of mammals.

Reference article: Rodríguez-Prieto, A., Igea, J., and Castresana, J. 2014. Development of rapidly evolving intron markers to estimate multilocus species trees of rodents. PLOS ONE 9, e96032.

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