Data from: Improving PCR detection of prey in molecular diet studies: importance of group-specific primer set selection and extraction protocol performances

 

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Title Alignment of group-specific primer set regions
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Description Sequence alignment of DNA regions targeted by the four group-specific primer pairs amplifying Bird, Invertebrate and Plant (mitochondrial and chloroplastic) DNA. Target and non target species were aligned for each group-specific primer pair. Target species were chosen to be as much as possible divergent in order to highlight the potentiality of each primer pair to amplify a wide prey diversity. "N" represents unavailable nucleotide in the existing Genbank sequence, "-" indicates gap and nucleotides between brackets indicate insertions. Note that because Animals do not have chloraplastic DNA, only sequences from target species were aligned for the Plant chloroplastic primer pair.
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Zarzoso-Lacoste D, Corse E, Vidal E (2012) Improving PCR detection of prey in molecular diet studies: importance of group-specific primer set selection and extraction protocol performances. Molecular Ecology Resources 13(1): 117–127. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12029

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Zarzoso-Lacoste D, Corse E, Vidal E (2012) Data from: Improving PCR detection of prey in molecular diet studies: importance of group-specific primer set selection and extraction protocol performances. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8c134
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