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|Title: ||Differentiation of European cattle by AFLP ﬁngerprinting|
|Authors: ||Negrini, Riccardo|
Nijman, Isaäc J.
Williams, J. L.
Bradley, Dan G.
Lenstra, Johannes A.
|Keywords: ||Ampliﬁed fragment length polymorphism|
|Issue Date: ||15-Apr-2011|
|Abstract: ||The Neolithic introduction of domestic cattle into Europe was followed by differential
adaptation, selection, migration and genetic isolation, leading ultimately to the emergence of specialized breeds. We have studied the differentiation of European cattle by ampliﬁed fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) ﬁngerprinting. Combining AFLP data sets from two laboratories yielded 81 biallelic polymorphic markers scored in 19–22 individual animals from 51 breeds. Model-based clustering differentiated Po|
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