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Microsatellite loci for Black Sea turbot Scophthalmus maeoticus

Serpil Karan, Servet Ahmet Doğdu, Ali Uyan, Mevlüt Gürlek, Deniz Ergüden, Cemal Turan*

Abstract

Several microsatellite loci which were developed and reported for turbot Scophthalmus maximus were examined for Scophthalmus maeoticus. Only five of these microsatellite loci were successfully amplified with new developed PCR conditions and can be used for routine analysis of stock identification of S. maeoticus.

Keywords

Black Sea turbot, Scophthalmus maeoticus, microsatellite marker

 

Volume 1, No 3, 23-26, 2016

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