Development of a 63K SNP Array for Cotton and High-Density Mapping of Intraspecific and Interspecific Populations of Gossypium spp.

@inproceedings{HulseKemp2015DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a 63K SNP Array for Cotton and High-Density Mapping of Intraspecific and Interspecific Populations of Gossypium spp.},
  author={Amanda M Hulse-Kemp and Jana Lemm and Joerg Plieske and Hamid Reza Ashrafi and Ramesh Buyyarapu and David D Fang and James Frelichowski and Marc Giband and S. Hague and Lori Lynn Hinze and Kelli J Kochan and Penny K Riggs and Jodi A Scheffler and Joshua A Udall and Mauricio Ulloa and Shirley S. Wang and Qian-Hao Zhu and Sumit K. Bag and Archana Bhardwaj and John Ja Burke and Robert L. Byers and Michel Claverie and Michael A. Gore and David B. Harker and Md Sariful Islam and Johnie N. Jenkins and Don C. Jones and J. M. Lacape and Danny Llewellyn and Richard G. Percy and Alan E. Pepper and Jesse A Poland and Krishan Mohan Rai and Samir V Sawant and Sunil Kumar Singh and Andrew Spriggs and Jennifer M. Taylor and Fei Wang and Scott M. Yourstone and Xiuting Zheng and Cindy Taylor Lawley and Martin W. Ganal and Allen Van Deynze and Iain W Wilson and David M Stelly},
  booktitle={G3},
  year={2015}
}
High-throughput genotyping arrays provide a standardized resource for plant breeding communities that are useful for a breadth of applications including high-density genetic mapping, genome-wide association studies (GWAS), genomic selection (GS), complex trait dissection, and studying patterns of genomic diversity among cultivars and wild accessions. We have developed the CottonSNP63K, an Illumina Infinium array containing assays for 45,104 putative intraspecific single nucleotide polymorphism… CONTINUE READING

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