Microsatellite loci in Japanese quail and cross-species amplification in chicken and guinea fowl

@article{Kayang2001MicrosatelliteLI,
  title={Microsatellite loci in Japanese quail and cross-species amplification in chicken and guinea fowl},
  author={B. Kayang and M. Inoue-Murayama and T. Hoshi and K. Matsuo and Hideaki Takahashi and M. Minezawa and M. Mizutani and S. Ito},
  journal={Genetics, Selection, Evolution : GSE},
  year={2001},
  volume={34},
  pages={233 - 253}
}
In line with the Gifu University's initiative to map the Japanese quail genome, a total of 100 Japanese quail microsatellite markers isolated in our laboratory were evaluated in a population of 20 unrelated quails randomly sampled from a colony of wild quail origin. Ninety-eight markers were polymorphic with an average of 3.7 alleles per locus and a mean heterozygosity of 0.423. To determine the utility of these markers for comparative genome mapping in Phasianidae, cross-species amplification… Expand
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