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Genetic Differences and Variations in Slipper Lobster (Ibacus ciliatus) and Deep Sea Lobster (Puerulus sewelli) Determined by RAPD Analysis

  title={Genetic Differences and Variations in Slipper Lobster (Ibacus ciliatus) and Deep Sea Lobster (Puerulus sewelli) Determined by RAPD Analysis},
  author={Su Young Park and Jong Soo Park and Jong-Man Yoon},
  journal={Korean Journal of Genetics},
We have isolated the genomic DNA for random amplified polymorphic DNA-polymerase chain reaction (RAPD-PCR) from two geographic lobster species of Korea and the Indian Ocean. The complexity of the banding patterns varied dramatically between the primers and locales from the two locations. We used eight decamer and 20-mer primers to generate a total of 510 fragments in a species of Korean slipper lobster (Ibacus ciliatus), and 526 in a species of Indian Ocean deep sea lobster (Puerulus sewelli… Expand
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