Simple sequence repeats in Neurospora crassa: distribution, polymorphism and evolutionary inference

@article{Kim2007SimpleSR,
  title={Simple sequence repeats in Neurospora crassa: distribution, polymorphism and evolutionary inference},
  author={Tae-Sung Kim and James G. Booth and Hugh G. Gauch and Qi Sun and Jongsun Park and Yong-Hwan Lee and Kwangwon Lee},
  journal={BMC Genomics},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={31 - 31}
}
Simple sequence repeats (SSRs) have been successfully used for various genetic and evolutionary studies in eukaryotic systems. The eukaryotic model organism Neurospora crassa is an excellent system to study evolution and biological function of SSRs. We identified and characterized 2749 SSRs of 963 SSR types in the genome of N. crassa. The distribution of tri-nucleotide (nt) SSRs, the most common SSRs in N. crassa, was significantly biased in exons. We further characterized the distribution of… CONTINUE READING

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