Assessment of Three Mitochondrial Genes (16S, Cytb, CO1) for Identifying Species in the Praomyini Tribe (Rodentia: Muridae)

@inproceedings{Nicolas2012AssessmentOT,
  title={Assessment of Three Mitochondrial Genes (16S, Cytb, CO1) for Identifying Species in the Praomyini Tribe (Rodentia: Muridae)},
  author={Violaine Nicolas and Brigitte Schaeffer and Alain Didier Missoup and Jan Kennis and Marc Colyn and Christiane Denys and Caroline Tatard and Corinne Cruaud and Catherine Laredo},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
The Praomyini tribe is one of the most diverse and abundant groups of Old World rodents. Several species are known to be involved in crop damage and in the epidemiology of several human and cattle diseases. Due to the existence of sibling species their identification is often problematic. Thus an easy, fast and accurate species identification tool is needed for non-systematicians to correctly identify Praomyini species. In this study we compare the usefulness of three genes (16S, Cytb, CO1) for… CONTINUE READING
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