Potential intron length polymorphism markers from Jute

Potential Intron linked Polymorphic (PIP) markers were reported from many plant genomes for genetic diversity, germplasm characterizations and trait mapping. The availability of transcriptome sequences facilitates computational designing of the large number of intron sequence-derived primers that can produce intron-length polymorphism pattern among the individuals within a population or across the population and species. These primers are potential in the detection of SNPs in the introns of any target plants and can be related to evolutionary relationship and functions. We designed a non-redundant set of 6,037 PIP markers from the Corchorus bast transcriptome and utilize them for characterization of jute genotypes. The publishing details on Corchorus PIP resource will updated soon.

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