Data from: Pros and cons of external swabbing of amphibians for genetic analyses

Müller AS, Lenhardt PP, Theissinger K

Date Published: July 3, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4qb53

 

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Title List of genotypes of buccal, skin and cloaca swabs
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Description This file is a supplement for the publication “Pros and cons of external swabbing of amphibians for genetic analysis” by Müller A., Lenhardt P. and Theissinger K (2013). The file shows the dataset and includes three tables. Two tables show all repetitions of each sample, each table for one multiplex set (Set 1: 66, 151, 130; Set 2: 82, 99, 160, 145, 129). The third table shows genotypes of all samples and all loci without repetitions. The tables are compiled as follows: The first column contains the individual numbers and the second column contains the kind of swab sample (B: Buccal swab, S: Skin swab, C: Cloaca swab). From column three the alleles per loci are listed. Real genotypes are printed in bold, false alleles in red and allelic drop outs in blue.
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Müller AS, Lenhardt PP, Theissinger K (2013) Pros and cons of external swabbing of amphibians for genetic analyses. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59(4): 609-612. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10344-013-0747-2

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Müller AS, Lenhardt PP, Theissinger K (2013) Data from: Pros and cons of external swabbing of amphibians for genetic analyses. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4qb53
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