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- Heitkam, Tony; Petrasch, Stefan; Zakrzewski, Falk; Kögler, Anja; Wenke, Torsten; Wanke, Stefan; Schmidt, Thomas
- Chromosome research 2015 v.23 no.4 pp. 791-806
- satellite DNA, etc ; Camellia japonica; Camellia sinensis; Southern blotting; bioinformatics; centromeres; evolution; fluorescence; genome; genomic libraries; high-throughput nucleotide sequencing; ribosomal DNA; satellites; tandem repeat sequences; tea; Germany; Northern European region; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Northern Europe’s oldest and largest Camellia japonica growing at the Pillnitz Castle (Germany) for over 200 years is of botanical and cultural importance and is a reference for C. japonica molecular scale analysis. In order to provide a fundament for genome analysis of the genus Camellia, we characterize the C. japonica tandem repeat fraction, constituting 12.5 % of the Pillnitz camellia’s genome ...
- Koehler, Michael R.; Haaf, Thomas; Guttenbach, Martina; Schartl, Manfred; Schmid, Michael
- Chromosome research 1997 v.5 no.5 pp. 325-331
- satellite DNA, etc ; DNA; Leporinus elongatus; Leporinus obtusidens; Southern blotting; chromosomes; fish; fluorescence in situ hybridization; genetic markers; genome; metaphase; sequence homology; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... A chromosome-specific satellite DNA from the South American fish species Leporinus obtusidens has been isolated and characterized. Sequence analysis and Southern hybridization studies indicate that the cloned 483-bp fragment is 60% AT rich and appears to comprise two diverged monomers. A highly variable low-copy number polymorphism was detected and, thus, this satellite DNA may serve as a valuable ...