Genome-based polymorphic microsatellite development and validation in the mosquito Aedes aegypti and application to population genetics in Haiti

@inproceedings{Lovin2009GenomebasedPM,
  title={Genome-based polymorphic microsatellite development and validation in the mosquito Aedes aegypti and application to population genetics in Haiti},
  author={Diane D. Lovin and Katie O Washington and Becky Debruyn and Ryan R. Hemme and Akio Mori and Sarah R Epstein and Brent W. Harker and Thomas G. Streit and David W. Severson},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2009}
}
Microsatellite markers have proven useful in genetic studies in many organisms, yet microsatellite-based studies of the dengue and yellow fever vector mosquito Aedes aegypti have been limited by the number of assayable and polymorphic loci available, despite multiple independent efforts to identify them. Here we present strategies for efficient identification and development of useful microsatellites with broad coverage across the Aedes aegypti genome, development of multiplex-ready PCR groups… CONTINUE READING
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