Microsatellite variation among divergent populations of stalk-eyed flies, genus Cyrtodiopsis.

@article{Wright2004MicrosatelliteVA,
  title={Microsatellite variation among divergent populations of stalk-eyed flies, genus Cyrtodiopsis.},
  author={Timothy F. Wright and Philip M. Johns and James T R Walters and Adam P Lerner and John G. Swallow and Gerald S Wilkinson},
  journal={Genetical research},
  year={2004},
  volume={84 1},
  pages={27-40}
}
Microsatellite primers are often developed in one species and used to assess neutral variability in related species. Such analyses may be confounded by ascertainment bias (i.e. a decline in amplification success and allelic variability with increasing genetic distance from the source of the microsatellites). In addition, other factors, such as the size of the microsatellite, whether it consists of perfect or interrupted tandem repeats, and whether it is autosomal or X-linked, can affect… CONTINUE READING
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