Mitochondrial DNA Analysis of the Japanese Wolf (Canis Lupus Hodophilax Temminck, 1839) and Comparison with Representative Wolf and Domestic Dog Haplotypes

@inproceedings{Ishiguro2009MitochondrialDA,
  title={Mitochondrial DNA Analysis of the Japanese Wolf (Canis Lupus Hodophilax Temminck, 1839) and Comparison with Representative Wolf and Domestic Dog Haplotypes},
  author={N. Ishiguro and Y. Inoshima and N. Shigehara},
  booktitle={Zoological science},
  year={2009}
}
  • N. Ishiguro, Y. Inoshima, N. Shigehara
  • Published in Zoological science 2009
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) D-loop control region sequences ranging in length from 583 to 598 bp were determined for eight Japanese wolf specimens (Canis lupus hodophilax Temminck, 1839) collected from several sites and compared with 105 haplotypes from the domestic dog (C. lupus familiaris) and continental grey wolf (C. lupus lupus). Also, a 197-bp mtDNA sequence was amplified from archaeological wolf specimens and two continental wolf specimens (C. lupus chanco) as reference sequences for… CONTINUE READING
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