SNPs by AFLP (SBA): a rapid SNP isolation strategy for non-model organisms.

@article{Nicod2003SNPsBA,
  title={SNPs by AFLP (SBA): a rapid SNP isolation strategy for non-model organisms.},
  author={Jean-Claude Nicod and Carlo R. Largiad{\`e}r},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2003},
  volume={31 5},
  pages={e19}
}
Despite the great potential of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers in evolutionary studies, in particular for inferring population genetic parameters, SNP analysis has almost exclusively been limited to humans and 'genomic model' organisms, due to the lack of available sequence data in non-model organisms. Here, we describe a rapid and cost effective method to isolate candidate SNPs in non-model organisms. This SNP isolation strategy consists basically in the direct sequencing of… CONTINUE READING

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