SNP Miniplexes for Individual Identification of Random‐Bred Domestic Cats†

@inproceedings{Brooks2014SNPM,
  title={
SNP Miniplexes for Individual Identification of Random‐Bred Domestic Cats†
},
  author={Ashley Catherine Brooks and Erica Kay Creighton and Barbara Gandolfi and Razib Khan and Robert A. Grahn and Leslie A. Lyons},
  booktitle={Journal of forensic sciences},
  year={2014}
}
Phenotypic and genotypic characteristics of the cat can be obtained from single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) analyses of fur. This study developed miniplexes using SNPs with high discriminating power for random-bred domestic cats, focusing on individual and phenotypic identification. Seventy-eight SNPs were investigated using a multiplex PCR followed by a fluorescently labeled single base extension (SBE) technique (SNaPshot(®) ). The SNP miniplexes were evaluated for reliability… CONTINUE READING
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