A microsatellite map of white clover

@article{Barrett2004AMM,
  title={A microsatellite map of white clover},
  author={B. Barrett and A. Griffiths and M. Schreiber and N. Ellison and C. Mercer and J. Bouton and B. Ong and J. Forster and T. Sawbridge and G. Spangenberg and G. Bryan and D. Woodfield},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={109},
  pages={596-608}
}
The white clover (Trifolium repens) nuclear genome (n=2x=16) is an important yet under-characterised genetic environment. We have developed simple sequence repeat (SSR) genetic markers for the white clover genome by mining an expressed sequence tag (EST) database and by isolation from enriched genomic libraries. A total of 2,086 EST-derived SSRs (EST-SSRs) were identified among 26,480 database accessions. Evaluation of 792 EST-SSR primer pairs resulted in 566 usable EST-SSRs. Of these, 335… Expand
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