Data from: MSAP markers and global cytosine methylation in plants: a literature survey and comparative analysis for a wild growing species

Alonso C, Pérez R, Bazaga P, Medrano M, Herrera CM

Date Published: May 11, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.04d0d

 

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Title Genome-wide cytosine methylation estimates of 200 plants of Helleborus foetidus obtained by HPLC and Methylation Scoring of MSAP data
Description Genome-wide cytosine methylation estimates in young leaves of 200 plants of Helleborus foetidus obtained using HPLC and the percentage of cytosine methylation in CCGG sites obtained by Methylation Scoring of MSAP data. Methylation scoring (MS50) was calculated as the percentage of MSAP loci scored as methylated (condition II + III).
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Alonso C, Pérez R, Bazaga P, Medrano M, Herrera CM (2015) MSAP markers and global cytosine methylation in plants: a literature survey and comparative analysis for a wild growing species. Molecuar Ecology Resources 16(1):80-90. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12426

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Alonso C, Pérez R, Bazaga P, Medrano M, Herrera CM (2015) Data from: MSAP markers and global cytosine methylation in plants: a literature survey and comparative analysis for a wild growing species. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.04d0d
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