Nuclear DNA PCR-RFLPs That Distinguish African and European Honey Bee Groups of Subspecies. II: Conversion of Long PCR Markers to Standard PCR

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Nuclear DNA PCR-RFLPs previously found in amplifications of three long (>5 kbp) anonymous regions of DNA were made analyzable using standard PCR procedures. RFLP analyses were simplified by restricting the amplifications to sections, within each locus, that contained most of the informative polymorphic sites. AluI digests of locus L-1 section 2 (L-1S2… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1019882817120

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@article{Suazo2002NuclearDP, title={Nuclear DNA PCR-RFLPs That Distinguish African and European Honey Bee Groups of Subspecies. II: Conversion of Long PCR Markers to Standard PCR}, author={Alonso Suazo and H. Glenn Hall}, journal={Biochemical Genetics}, year={2002}, volume={40}, pages={241-261} }