Genome-Wide Distribution and Organization of Microsatellites in Plants: An Insight into Marker Development in Brachypodium

@inproceedings{Sonah2011GenomeWideDA,
  title={Genome-Wide Distribution and Organization of Microsatellites in Plants: An Insight into Marker Development in Brachypodium},
  author={Humira Sonah and Rupesh Kailasrao Deshmukh and Anshul Sharma and Vinay Pratap Singh and Deepak Kumar Gupta and Raju N. Gacche and Jai Chand Rana and Nagendra Kumar Singh and Tilak Raj Sharma},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
Plant genomes are complex and contain large amounts of repetitive DNA including microsatellites that are distributed across entire genomes. Whole genome sequences of several monocot and dicot plants that are available in the public domain provide an opportunity to study the origin, distribution and evolution of microsatellites, and also facilitate the development of new molecular markers. In the present investigation, a genome-wide analysis of microsatellite distribution in monocots… CONTINUE READING
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