Using AP-PCR, the genome of Kamchatka mykiss (Parasalmo (O.) mykiss) was examined. Polymorphic fragments, implying geographic differences among the samples, were selected, cloned, and sequenced. Based on these sequences, longer, specific SCAR primers were selected and constructed. Using the BLAST software program, the sequences were analyzed for analogy to those from the GenBank database. It seemed likely that all sequences obtained belonged to earlier unexamined repeated sequences, variable in the populations of the species of interest. A total of seven SCAR markers, characterized by population-significant variability of the DNA products in Kamchatka geographic group of rainbow trout were constructed. These markers can be used for further investigation of the species Parasalmo (O.) mykiss. The SCAR marker sequences were deposited in GenBank under the accession numbers EU805500 to EU805506.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 23, 2010
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