Assessing SNP genotyping of noninvasively collected wildlife samples using microfluidic arrays

@inproceedings{Thaden2017AssessingSG,
  title={Assessing SNP genotyping of noninvasively collected wildlife samples using microfluidic arrays},
  author={Alina von Thaden and Berardino Cocchiararo and Anne Jarausch and Hannah J{\"u}ngling and Alexandros A. Karamanlidis and Annika Tiesmeyer and Carsten Nowak and Violeta Mu{\~n}oz-Fuentes},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017}
}
Noninvasively collected samples are a common source of DNA in wildlife genetic studies. Currently, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotyping using microfluidic arrays is emerging as an easy-to-use and cost-effective methodology. Here we assessed the performance of microfluidic SNP arrays in genotyping noninvasive samples from grey wolves, European wildcats and brown bears, and we compared results with traditional microsatellite genotyping. We successfully SNP-genotyped 87%, 80% and 97% of… CONTINUE READING
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