Towards barcode markers in Fungi: an intron map of Ascomycota mitochondria

@article{Santamaria2009TowardsBM,
  title={Towards barcode markers in Fungi: an intron map of Ascomycota mitochondria},
  author={Monica Santamaria and Saverio Vicario and Graziano Pappad{\`a} and Gaetano Scioscia and Claudio Scazzocchio and Cecilia Saccone},
  journal={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2009},
  volume={10},
  pages={S15 - S15}
}
A standardized and cost-effective molecular identification system is now an urgent need for Fungi owing to their wide involvement in human life quality. In particular the potential use of mitochondrial DNA species markers has been taken in account. Unfortunately, a serious difficulty in the PCR and bioinformatic surveys is due to the presence of mobile introns in almost all the fungal mitochondrial genes. The aim of this work is to verify the incidence of this phenomenon in Ascomycota, testing… CONTINUE READING

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