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Title: Construction of a high-density linkage map and fine mapping of QTL for growth in Asian seabass
Authors: Wang, Le
Wan, Zi Yi
Bai, Bin
Huang, Shu Qing
Chua, Elaine
Lee, May
Pang, Hong Yan
Wen, Yan Fei
Liu, Peng
Liu, Feng
Sun, Fei
Lin, Grace
Ye, Bao Qing
Yue, Gen Hua
Issue Date: 2015
Source: Wang, L., Wan, Z. Y., Bai, B., Huang, S. Q., Chua, E., Lee, M., et al. (2015). Construction of a high-density linkage map and fine mapping of QTL for growth in Asian seabass. Scientific Reports, 5, 16358-.
Series/Report no.: Scientific Reports
Abstract: A high-density genetic map is essential for comparative genomic studies and fine mapping of QTL, and can also facilitate genome sequence assembly. Here, a high density genetic map of Asian seabass was constructed with 3321 SNPs generated by sequencing 144 individuals in a F2 family. The length of the map was 1577.67 cM with an average marker interval of 0.52 cM. A high level of genomic synteny among Asian seabass, European seabass, Nile tilapia and stickleback was detected. Using this map, one genome-wide significant and five suggestive QTL for growth traits were detected in six linkage groups (i.e. LG4, LG5, LG11, LG13, LG14 and LG15). These QTL explained 10.5–16.0% of phenotypic variance. A candidate gene, ACOX1 within the significant QTL on LG5 was identified. The gene was differentially expressed between fast- and slow-growing Asian seabass. The high-density SNP-based map provides an important tool for fine mapping QTL in molecular breeding and comparative genome analysis.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10356/81093
http://hdl.handle.net/10220/39057
ISSN: 2045-2322
DOI: 10.1038/srep16358
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