Characterisation of QTL-linked and genome-wide restriction site-associated DNA (RAD) markers in farmed Atlantic salmon

@inproceedings{Houston2012CharacterisationOQ,
  title={Characterisation of QTL-linked and genome-wide restriction site-associated DNA (RAD) markers in farmed Atlantic salmon},
  author={Ross D Houston and John W Davey and Stephen Bishop and Natalie R. Lowe and Jose C. Mota-Velasco and Alastair Hamilton and Derrick R. Guy and Alan E. Tinch and Marian L. Thomson and Mark L. Blaxter and Karim Gharbi and James E. Bron and John B. Taggart},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2012}
}
Restriction site-associated DNA sequencing (RAD-Seq) is a genome complexity reduction technique that facilitates large-scale marker discovery and genotyping by sequencing. Recent applications of RAD-Seq have included linkage and QTL mapping with a particular focus on non-model species. In the current study, we have applied RAD-Seq to two Atlantic salmon families from a commercial breeding program. The offspring from these families were classified into resistant or susceptible based on survival… CONTINUE READING
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