Development and multiplexing of microsatellite loci for the near threatened freshwater mussel Potomida littoralis ( Cuvier , 1798 ) using 454 sequencing

@inproceedings{FROUFEa2013DevelopmentAM,
  title={Development and multiplexing of microsatellite loci for the near threatened freshwater mussel Potomida littoralis ( Cuvier , 1798 ) using 454 sequencing},
  author={E. FROUFEa and C. SOBRALb and A. TEIXEIRAc and A. LOPESa and R. SOUSAa and M. LOPES-LIMAa},
  year={2013}
}
  • E. FROUFEa, C. SOBRALb, +3 authors M. LOPES-LIMAa
  • Published 2013
1. The Unionidae are among the most endangered fauna in the world and globally in decline. They are particularly vulnerable to habitat loss and fragmentation, susceptible to flow, pollution and climatic disturbances and introduction of invasive species. Despite their well-recognized ecological and conservation importance, there is a surprising lack of genomic resources currently available for European species. 2. The aim of this study was to develop and characterize microsatellites for the near… CONTINUE READING

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