New microsatellite markers in turbot (Scophthalmus maximus) derived from an enriched genomic library and sequence databases

Scophthalmus maximus is an important commercially aquaculture fish species. We tackle the search for new microsatellites using two different approaches: an enriched partial genomic library and a screening of all turbot DNA sequences deposited in GenBank. Out of 15 genomic library derived loci, five gave working primer pairs, with expected heterozygosities (HE) ranging from 0.13 to 0.91. Out of seven loci derived from database sequences, two amplified successfully with an HE ranging from 0.56 to 0.63. The average allele number of these microsatellites was 5.7 per locus with a range between two and 15.


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Authors: Pardo, G.B., Casas, L., Fortes, G.G., Bouza, C., Martinez, P., Clark, M.S. ORCIDORCID record for M.S. Clark, Sanchez, L.

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1 January, 2005
Molecular Ecology Notes / 2005
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