SNP Assay Development for Linkage Map Construction, Anchoring Whole-Genome Sequence, and Other Genetic and Genomic Applications in Common Bean

@inproceedings{Song2015SNPAD,
  title={SNP Assay Development for Linkage Map Construction, Anchoring Whole-Genome Sequence, and Other Genetic and Genomic Applications in Common Bean},
  author={Qijian Song and Gaofeng Jia and David L. Hyten and Jerry W Jenkins and Eun-Young Hwang and Steven G. Schroeder and Juan Manuel Osorno and Jeremy Schmutz and Scott A. Jackson and Phillip E McClean and Perry B. Cregan},
  booktitle={G3},
  year={2015}
}
A total of 992,682 single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) was identified as ideal for Illumina Infinium II BeadChip design after sequencing a diverse set of 17 common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L) varieties with the aid of next-generation sequencing technology. From these, two BeadChips each with >5000 SNPs were designed. The BARCBean6K_1 BeadChip was selected for the purpose of optimizing polymorphism among market classes and, when possible, SNPs were targeted to sequence scaffolds in the… CONTINUE READING
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