Plant Molecular Biology 37: 407, 1998. 407 GenBank accession #: AF020396 1 2 1 Authors: Lefort F , Edwards KJ , Douglas GC Address: Teagasc, Agriculture and Food Development Authority, Kinsealy Research Centre, Malahide Road, Dublin 17, Ireland (ﬂefort@kinsealy.teagasc.ie); Molecular Genetics Laboratory, Cell Biology Department, Long Ashton Research Station, University of Bristol, Long Ashton, Bristol, BS18 9AF, UK Source of sequence: Fraxinus excelsior taxon 38873 clone Athenry 5. Trivial name: Fraxinus excelsior microsatellite FEMSATL 10 repeat region Description: Femsatl 10 displays the repeated sequence (ct)17(ca)5(ct)(ca)7(ta)2(tg)(ta)2(cg)2 and inter- spersed short tandem repeats (atttt)2, (aaat)2, (tcaa)2, (gaaat)2. Four different cryptically simple sequences (tcaaat, ttagaaaa, tcaaaaatta and ttttggtccttt) are present twice each. Similarity searches for the cryptically simple sequence (ttttggtccttt) showed that this sequence is present at 233 locations in 229 sequences of other organisms and appears 17 times in 15 genomic and one mitochondrial sequence of Arabidopsis thaliana Acknowledgements: Dr Franc ¸ois Lefort was supported by European Union FAIR contract No. CT 965004.
Plant Molecular Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 6, 2004
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