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Your Position :Home->Past Journals Catalog->2017 Vol.36 No.4

Distribution Regularity of Microsatellites in Moschus berezovskii Genome
Author of the article:LU Ting1#, WANG Chen1#, DU Chao1, LIU Shu2, SHEN Yongmei2, ZHANG Xiuyue1, YUE Bisong1*
Author's Workplace:1. Sichuan Key Laboratory of Conservation Biology on Endangered Wildlife, College of Life Sciences, Sichuan University, Chengdu 610064, China;
2. Sichuan Medicinal Animal Engineering Technology Research Center, Chengdu 610081, China
Key Words:Moschus berezovskii; genome; microsatellite; distribution regularities
Abstract:Forest musk deer (Moschus berezovskii) is a critically endangered species. Perfect microsatellite number and distribution regularity of microsatellites in forest musk deer genome were analyzed by microsatellite search tool. A repertoire of 665 524 perfect SSRs with 1-6 bp nucleotide motifs accounting for 0.42% of forest musk deer genome (2.53 Gb) were scanned, and the abundance of microsatellites was 244 no./Mb. Mono-nucleotide was the most abundant category with the highest relative abundance (81.05 no./Mb), accounting for 33.22% of all the SSRs, followed by di-nucleotide (21.68%), pentra-nucleotide (21.09%), tri-nucleotide (18.08%), tetra-nucleotide (5.86%), and hexa-nucleotide (0.09%). The most abundant microsatellite repeats in forest musk deer genome were A, AACTG, AGC, AC, AT, AG, AAAT, AAC, AAT, and AAAC, totally accounting 93.2% of the scanned microsatellites and showed an apparent A and T preference. The number of microsatellites located on the coding sequences (n=2 530) was less than that on the non-coding sequence such as introns (n=200 906) and intergenic regions (n=454 596), and this was consistent with previous studies. This study provides adequate material for the future study of forest musk deer.
2017,36(4): 420-424 收稿日期:2017-02-17
DOI:10.11984/j.issn.1000-7083.20170044
分类号:Q959.8
基金项目:四川省科技支撑计划(2014NZ0107)
作者简介:卢婷(1991-),女,硕士研究生,从事动物分子生物学研究,E-mail:619016141@qq.com
*通讯作者:岳碧松,E-mail:bsyue@scu.edu.cn
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