Low microsatellite variation in laboratory gerbrils.

@article{Neumann2001LowMV,
  title={Low microsatellite variation in laboratory gerbrils.},
  author={K. Neumann and S. Maak and I. Stuermer and G. von Lengerken and R. Gattermann},
  journal={The Journal of heredity},
  year={2001},
  volume={92 1},
  pages={
          71-4
        }
}
The Mongolian gerbil has become a model organism of increasing importance for the understanding of aging, epilepsy, the process of domestication or sociobiological questions. We report the development and characterization of the first nine polymorphic dinucleotide repeat loci in this species. Average observed heterozygosity and allele number of laboratory animals measured 0.136 (SE = +/-0.065) and 1.78 (SE = +/-0.278) compared to 0.761 (SE = +/-0.025) and 9.2 (SE = +/-0.57) found for a… Expand
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