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Type: Journal article
Title: Development and assessment of simple PCR markers for SNP genotyping in barley
Author: Hayden, M.
Tabone, T.
Mather, D.
Citation: Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 2009; 119(5):939-951
Publisher: Springer
Issue Date: 2009
ISSN: 0040-5752
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Matthew J. Hayden, T. Tabone and D.E. Mather
Abstract: Simple molecular marker assays underpin routine plant breeding and research activities in many laboratories worldwide. With the rapid growth of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) resources for many important crop plants, the availability of routine, low-tech marker assays for genotyping SNPs is of increased importance. In this study, we demonstrate that temperature-switch PCR (TSP) supports the rapid development of robust, allele-specific PCR markers for codominant SNP genotyping on agarose gel. A total of 87 TSP markers for assessing gene diversity in barley were developed and used to investigate the efficacy for marker development, assay reliably and genotyping accuracy. The TSP markers described provide good coverage of the barley genome, are simple to use, easy to interpret and score, and are amenable to assay automation. They provide a resource of informative SNP markers for assessing genetic relationships among individuals, populations and gene pools of cultivated barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) and its wild relative H. spontaneum K. Koch. TSP markers provide opportunities to use available SNP resources for marker-assisted breeding and plant genetic research, and to generate information that can be integrated with SNP data from different sources and studies. TSP markers are expected to provide similar advantages for any animal or plant species.
Keywords: Hordeum; Genetic Markers; Polymerase Chain Reaction; Temperature; Genotype; Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide; Principal Component Analysis
Rights: © Springer-Verlag 2009
RMID: 0020091244
DOI: 10.1007/s00122-009-1101-7
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