Frequency and distribution of microsatellites from ESTs of citrus

@inproceedings{Palmieri2007FrequencyAD,
  title={Frequency and distribution of microsatellites from ESTs of citrus},
  author={Dar{\'i}o Abel Palmieri and Valdenice M Novelli and Marin{\^e}s Bastianel and Mari{\^a}ngela Cristofani-Yaly and Gustavo Ast{\'u}a-Monge and Eduardo Fermino Carlos and Antonio Carlos Bai{\~a}o de Oliveira and Marcos Antonio Machado},
  year={2007}
}
Nearly 65,000 citrus EST (Expressed Sequence Tags) have been investigated using the CitEST project database. Microsatellites were investigated in the unigene sequences from Citrus spp. and Poncirus trifoliata. From these sequences, approximately 35% of the non-redundant ESTs contained SSRs. The frequencies of different SSR motifs were similar between Citrus spp and trifoliate orange. In general, mononucleotide repeats appeared to be the most abundant SSRs in the CitEST database, but we also… CONTINUE READING
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