Novel applications of motif-directed profiling to identify disease resistance genes in plants

@inproceedings{Vossen2013NovelAO,
  title={Novel applications of motif-directed profiling to identify disease resistance genes in plants},
  author={Jack Vossen and Sara Dezhsetan and Danny G. Esselink and Marjon Arens and Mar{\'i}a Paz Garc{\'i}a - Vera Jes{\'u}s Sanz and Walter Verweij and Estelle Verzaux and C. Gerard van der Linden},
  booktitle={Plant Methods},
  year={2013}
}
Molecular profiling of gene families is a versatile tool to study diversity between individual genomes in sexual crosses and germplasm. Nucleotide binding site (NBS) profiling, in particular, targets conserved nucleotide binding site-encoding sequences of resistance gene analogs (RGAs), and is widely used to identify molecular markers for disease resistance (R) genes. In this study, we used NBS profiling to identify genome-wide locations of RGA clusters in the genome of potato clone RH… CONTINUE READING

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