sequence tagged site


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sequence tagged site (STS)

a short, unique DNA sequence, usually 100 to 500bp in length, that can easily be identified and that occurs once in the CHROMOSOME or GENOME being studied. Where different STSs are found they can be useful in the mapping of genomes.
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Specific sequence tagged site (STS) analysis of AZFc: Analysis of AZFc specific STSs was performed on genomic DNA by PCR using sY1291 (specific for gr/gr) and sY1191 (specific for b2/b3).7 Genomic DNA was extracted from peripheral blood lymphocytes using phenol-chloroform extraction followed by ethanol precipitation.
Sequence tagged site (STS) primers for Yr5 designed on the basis of the sequences of Xwgp-17 and Xwgp-18 markers identified using the resistance gene analog polymorphism (RGAP) technique.
A dense molecular marker linkage map for maize using simple sequence repeats, genomic clones, isozymes, and expressed sequence tagged sites (ESTs) has been developed (Davis et al., 1999) and is still being improved (University of Missouri Maize Genomics Center, 2001).
Sequence tagged site markers used for marker-assisted selection of resistance genes to Xanthomonas oryzae pv.

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