Y chromosome conserved anchored tagged sequences (YCATS) for the analysis of mammalian male‐specific DNA

@article{Hellborg2003YCC,
  title={Y chromosome conserved anchored tagged sequences (YCATS) for the analysis of mammalian male‐specific DNA},
  author={L. Hellborg and H. Ellegren},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2003},
  volume={12}
}
  • L. Hellborg, H. Ellegren
  • Published 2003
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Molecular Ecology
  • Y chromosome haplotyping based on microsatellites or single nucleotide polymorphisms has recently proven to be a powerful approach for evolutionary studies of human populations, and also holds great promise for the studies of wild species. However, the use of the approach is hampered in most natural populations by the lack of Y chromosome markers and sequence information. Here, we report the large‐scale development of Y chromosome conserved anchor tagged sequence (YCATS) markers in mammals by a… CONTINUE READING
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