SNP discovery in the South American freshwater fish tambaqui (Colossoma macropomum) by deep sequencing of reduced representation libraries.

Tambaqui is the most important native fresh water fish species cultured in Brazil, with current yearly production levels exceeding 200.000mt. Efforts to structure genetic improvement programs for increasing productivity are recent and will greatly benefit from the use of genomic tools for broodstock...

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Main Authors: IANELLA, P., VARELA, E. S., ALVES, A. L., VILLELA, L. C. V., SILVA, N. M. A. da, YAMAGISHI, M. E. B., OLIVEIRA, F. S. de, PAIVA, S. R., CAETANO, A. R.
Other Authors: PATRICIA IANELLA, CENARGEN; EDUARDO SOUSA VARELA, CNPASA; ANDERSON LUIS ALVES, CNPASA; LUCIANA CRISTINE VASQUES VILLELA, CNPASA; NAIARA MILAGRES AUGUSTO DA SILVA, CENARGEN; MICHEL EDUARDO BELEZA YAMAGISHI, CNPTIA; FERNANDA STRINGASSI DE OLIVEIRA, CNPTIA; SAMUEL REZENDE PAIVA, SRI; ALEXANDRE RODRIGUES CAETANO, CENARGEN.
Format: Anais e Proceedings de eventos biblioteca
Language:English
eng
Published: 2016-02-26
Subjects:Polimorfismo de nucleotídeo único, Genômica., Colossoma Macropomum., Single nucleotide polymorphism, Genomics.,
Online Access:http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/1038891
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