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A polymorphic microsatellite from the Squalius alburnoides complex (Osteichthyes, Cyprinidae) cloned by serendipity can be useful in genetic analysis of polyploids.

AuthorsBoto, Luis CSIC ORCID ; Cunha, Carina CSIC ORCID; Doadrio, Ignacio
Squalius alburnoides
Issue Date2011
PublisherSociedade Brasileira de Genética
CitationGenetics and Molecular Biology 34 (2011) 524-528
AbstractA new microsatellite locus (SAS1) for Squalius alburnoides was obtained through cloning by serendipity. The possible usefulness of this new species-specific microsatellite in genetic studies of this hybrid-species complex, was explored. The polymorphism exhibited by SAS1 microsatellite is an important addition to the set of microsatellites previously used in genetic studies in S. alburnoides complex, that mostly relied in markers described for other species. Moreover, the SAS1 microsatellite could be used to identifythe parental genomes of the complex, complementing other methods recently described for the same purpose..
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