Analysis of a c0t-1 library enables the targeted identification of minisatellite and satellite families in Beta vulgaris

@inproceedings{Zakrzewski2009AnalysisOA,
  title={Analysis of a c0t-1 library enables the targeted identification of minisatellite and satellite families in Beta vulgaris},
  author={Falk Zakrzewski and Torsten Wenke and Daniela Holtgr{\"a}we and Bernd Weisshaar and Thomas Schmidt},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2009}
}
BackgroundRepetitive DNA is a major fraction of eukaryotic genomes and occurs particularly often in plants. Currently, the sequencing of the sugar beet (Beta vulgaris) genome is under way and knowledge of repetitive DNA sequences is critical for the genome annotation. We generated a c0t-1 library, representing highly to moderately repetitive sequences, for the characterization of the major B. vulgaris repeat families. While highly abundant satellites are well-described, minisatellites are only… CONTINUE READING

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