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Development of EPIC-PCR Markers for Lutjanus purpureus (Lutjanidae-Perciformes) and their Potential Applicability in Population Analyses

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Title
Development of EPIC-PCR Markers for Lutjanus purpureus (Lutjanidae-Perciformes) and their Potential Applicability in Population Analyses
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Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências, June 2017
DOI 10.1590/0001-3765201720150476
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RAIMUNDO DA SILVA, DANILLO SILVA, IVANA VENEZA, IRACILDA SAMPAIO, HORACIO SCHNEIDER, GRAZIELLE GOMES

Abstract

In the present study, a novel set of eight EPIC primers were developed for Lutjanus purpureus and assayed in five other marine teleosts including three lutjanids, one scianid and one anablepid. Most of the genomic regions used in this study presented genetic diversity indexes equal or greater than the intragenic regions commonly used in population genetics studies. Moreover, six out of eight markers showed cross-amplification with other taxa. Thus, the primers described here may be used to elucidate questions at the intraspecific level for a large number of taxa.

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