Concordant Genetic Distinctness of the Phylogroup of the Siberian Chipmunk from the Korean Peninsula (Tamias sibiricus barberi), Reexamined with Nuclear DNA c-myc Gene Exon 2 and mtDNA Control Region Sequences

@article{Koh2010ConcordantGD,
  title={Concordant Genetic Distinctness of the Phylogroup of the Siberian Chipmunk from the Korean Peninsula (Tamias sibiricus barberi), Reexamined with Nuclear DNA c-myc Gene Exon 2 and mtDNA Control Region Sequences},
  author={Hung Sun Koh and Minghai Zhang and Damdingiin Bayarlkhagva and Eui Jeong Ham and Jin Seong Kim and Kyung Hee Jang and Nam Jeong Park},
  journal={Biochemical Genetics},
  year={2010},
  volume={48},
  pages={696-705}
}
We reexamined Tamias sibiricus barberi from Korea by sequencing c-myc exon 2 and the mtDNA control region. In the c-myc exon, the monogenic T. s. barberi differed from the monogenic T. s. orientalis (nucleotide distance 0.48%; 3 variable sites at 168, 306, and 552), whereas T. s. orientalis was identical to T. s. sibiricus. In the control region, T. s. barberi differed from T. s. orientalis (distance 6.84%) and T. s. sibiricus (9.35%). We considered the concordant, extensive gaps between the… CONTINUE READING

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