The results of a comparative study of cloned DNA fragments ofDrosophila simulans, D. mauritiana, D. teissieri, and D. erecta are presented. The fragments were amplified in PCR with primers specified to the region of D. melanogaster interband 61C7/C8. The uniqueness of all cloned fragments in the genomes of these species was confirmed. A comparative analysis of nucleotide sequences revealed that the rate of evolution of DNA from D. melanogaster interband 61C7/C8 is close to the rate of neutral evolution in the genusDrosophila.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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