6 edition of Microsatellites found in the catalog.
July 21, 1999 by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||David B. Goldstein (Editor), Christian Schlotterer (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
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Review "This excellent book makes a strong case for microsatellites several of the book's editors and contributors have been active in developing these genetic distance measures. This book will provide an excellent introduction and reference for those using tandem repeats in their research." -- The Quarterly Review of Biology, Mar /5(1).
Microsatellites: Methods and Protocols brings together experts in the field to cover this significant area of research.
Broken in to four convenient parts, this volume delves into classical and modern methods for the discovery and development of microsatellite markers, descriptions of amplification and visualization of SSRs, automated capillary Format: Hardcover.
About this book Microsatellites or simple sequence repeats (SSRs) have become the markers of choice for a variety of molecular studies because of their versatility, operational flexibility, and lower cost than other marker systems. This has made microsatellites the genetic marker of choice for most applications, including genetic mapping and studies of evolutionary connections between species and populations.
This book details the molecular processes which give rise to microsatellite DNA and then describes the wide range of applications.
Microsatellites or simple sequence repeats (SSRs) have become the markers of choice for a variety of molecular studies because of their versatility, operational flexibility, and lower cost than other marker systems.
Microsatellites: Methods and Protocols brings together experts in the field to cover this significant area of research.
Broken in. The objective of Microsatellites book Microsatellite Markers book is to rehighlight and provide some updates on previous and recent utilization of microsatellite markers for various applications in agriculture and medicine, which void emerging opinion on "full death" of microsatellites.
This is a chapter from Kim, Kyung Seok, and Thomas W. Sappington. "Microsatellite data analysis for population genetics." In Microsatellites, pp. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ, doi/ _ Posted with Microsatellites book. Rights Works produced by employees of the U.S. Government as part of their official duties are not Cited by: Why do I care which journals publish papers with microsatellites.
On the one hand, my rejection was a wake-up call to the realities of academia. I will give significant pause before using microsatellites in another study, knowing that I will have a hard time publishing in the top tier journals of the field.
Microsatellites used to derive the first detailed map of the human genome Microsatellites introduced for studies of natural populations84, Fine-scale analysis of the genetic relationships among human populations made possible by microsatellites Large numbers of microsatellite mutations identified from pedigree analysis in humans 5.
A microsatellite is a tract of repetitive DNA in which certain DNA motifs (ranging in length from one to six or Microsatellites book base pairs) are repeated, typically 5–50 times.
Microsatellites occur at thousands of locations within an organism's have a higher mutation rate than other areas of DNA leading to high genetic atellites are often referred to as short tandem. Microsatellites or simple sequence repeats (SSRs) have become the markers of choice for a variety of molecular studies because of their versatility, operational flexibility, and lower cost than other marker systems.
Microsatellites: Methods and Prools brings together experts in the Pages: "This excellent book makes a strong case for microsatellites several of the book's editors and contributors have been active in developing these genetic distance measures.
This book will provide an excellent introduction and reference for those using tandem repeats in their research." -- The Quarterly Review of Biology, Mar Finally, the book describes the various waysin which the potential of microsatellites is being harnessed in a range of applications including medical genetics, forensics, genetic mapping, the.
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A practical approach to microsatellite genotyping with special reference to livestock population genetics Compiled by David Mburu and Olivier Hanotte ILRI Biodiversity project A manual prepared for the IAEA/ILRI training course on molecular characterisation of small ruminant genetic resources of Asia, October-DecemberILRI, Nairobi, Kenya.
Microsatellites are simple sequence tandem repeats (SSTRs). The repeat units are generally di- tri- tetra- or pentanucleotides. For example, a common repeat motif in birds is AC n, where the two nucleotides A and C are repeated in bead-like fashion a variable number of times (n could range from 8 to 50).
In the first section, the chapter by Jamila Bernardia and her team, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Piacenza, Italy, presents the use of microsatellites in livestock and illustrated exploitation and versatility of microsatellites for the characterization of Cited by: 2.
Underlying much of population genetics is the analysis of variation at selectively neutral marker loci, and microsatellites continue to be a popular choice of marker. In recent decades, software programs to estimate population genetics parameters have been developed at an increasing pace as computational science and theoretical knowledge by: The objective of this Microsatellite Markers book is to rehighlight and provide some updates on previous and Microsatellite or so-called simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers have been one of the most reliable molecular markers derived from the DNA molecule, which were widely and successfully used for more than 25 years in the genetic studies of environmental, agricultural.
I'm not a specialist on the subject, but I have to do a diversity analysis on microsatellites results (I have 12 markers for 88 samples of an haploid fungus). Would anyone know a linux-running software that would compute this kind of analysis. Thank you. microsatellites. microsatellites, and AFLPs are considered to be non-coding.
Such markers have found widespread use in population genetic studies. (Brown and Epifanio, ). Microsatellites. Currently, microsatellites are the most popular markers in livestock genetic characterization studies (Sunnucks, ).
Their high mutation rate and codominant nature File Size: 59KB. The book begins with essays describing the mutational properties, generation, decay and possible functional roles of microsatellites, painlessly introducing the theoretical models which form the Cited by: 1.
Detailing the biological functions of SSRs. Despite the wide applicability of SSRs as genetic markers since their discovery in the s, little is known about the biological importance of microsatellites (Tautz and Renz, ), especially in te et al.
() estimated the density of SSRs in Arabidopsis thaliana, rice (Oryza sativa), soybean (Glycine. of microsatellites, brie y highlighting chapter contents of this book. Figure 1. Number of publications retrieved with “microsatellite” keyword from PubMed .
Scoring Microsatellite Loci However, mono- and dinucleotide repeats have been used successfully in studies of chloroplast DNA variation in plants (2 3, 51), SSR-poor. 8 Type-it Microsatellite PCR Handbook 12/ DNA repeats of 2–6 nucleotides in length are called microsatellites, simple sequence repeats (SSRs), or short tandem repeats (STRs).
The number of repeats in STR markers can be highly variable among individuals, making them a highly useful tool for. Purchase Microsatellites as Research Tools, Volume 10 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNMicrosatellites or simple sequence repeats (SSRs) have become the markers of choice for a variety of molecular studies because of their versatility, operational flexibility, and lower cost than other marker systems.
Microsatellites: Methods and Protocols brings together experts in the field to cover this significant area of research. Microsatellites: Evolution and Applications.
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The compound and long imperfect microsatellites can be calculated from the SSR loci output using additional script. For a future development, more functions including displaying statistical data graphically, primer designing, marker generation and electronic mapping markers into a genome will be added.
The final goal is to develop an integrated Cited by: microsatellite listen (MY-kroh-SA-teh-lite) Repetitive segments of DNA scattered throughout the genome in noncoding regions between genes or within genes (introns). They are often used as markers for linkage analysis because of their naturally occurring high variability in repeat number between individuals.
A small satellite, miniaturized satellite, or smallsat is a satellite of low mass and size, usually under kg (1, lb). While all such satellites can be referred to as "small", different classifications are used to categorize them based on ites can be built small to reduce the large economic cost of launch vehicles and the costs associated with construction.
Microsatellite markers are co-dominant, polymorphic DNA loci containing repeated nucleotide sequences, typically with 2 to 10 nucleotides per repeated unit. ISSR-PCR uses a single fluorescently labeled primer to target and amplify the region between identical microsatellites.
The result is a mix of short, amplified DNA strands that vary. Short tandem repeats (STRs), or microsatellites, are the class of repeat sequences that have repeat units of up to 6 bp directly adjacent to each other.
STRs are generally more polymorphic than other kinds of variation such as sequence copy number and single-nucleotide polymorphisms. The length variability of STRs is associated with phenotypic variation in many.
Microsatellite definition is - any of numerous short segments of DNA that are distributed throughout the genome, that consist of repeated sequences of usually two to five nucleotides, and that tend to vary from one individual to another.
Bymicrosatellites were launched, then last year. This year, a new record could be set -- perhaps as many as microsatellites sent into orbit, or six times 's tally. Later in the book, Pillsbury writes that China has begun to build "parasitic microsatellites," which are small devices that would "cling to an American satellite and either disable it or hijack Author: Wendell Minnick.
microsatellite (mī′krō-săt′l-īt′) n. A short sequence of DNA consisting of multiple repetitions of a set of two to nine base pairs, used as a genetic marker when individuals differ in the number of repetitions.
A small artificial satellite, usually with a mass of less than kilograms ( pounds) when deployed in orbit. PEOPLE already worried about the candid cameras on Google Glass and low-flying drones can add a new potential snooper to the list: cameras on inexpensive, low-orbiting microsatellites that will.Genes, Genomes and Genomics 3 (Special Issue 1), © Global Science Books mines its functional role (Lawson and Zhang ).
Thus, microsatellites have the potential to affect all aspects of genetic function including gene regulation, development, and evolution (Kashi and King ; Lawson and Zhang ).Cited by: microsatellite (mī′krō-săt′l-īt′) n. 1. A short sequence of DNA consisting of multiple repetitions of a set of two to nine base pairs, used as a genetic marker when individuals differ in the number of repetitions.
2. A small artificial satellite, usually with a mass of less than kilograms ( pounds) when deployed in orbit.