Data from: Y-chromosome markers for the red fox

Rando HM, Stutchman JT, Bastounes ER, Johnson JL, Driscoll CA, Barr CS, Trut LN, Sacks BN, Kukekova AV

Date Published: July 27, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.fq7dj

 

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Description This is all of the raw data generated and analyzed for the development of a 13-microsatellite marker panel for the red fox Y-chromosome. It may be useful to researchers looking to calibrate calls made in new samples/populations using these markers. This zipped file includes all original .abi files, raw allele calls and peaks as produced with GeneMapper v3.5, a table of the final allele assigned to each individual at each marker, and the .ych file used to construct the haplotype network in Figure 2 with Network 5.0.0.0.
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Rando HM, Stutchman JT, Bastounes ER, Johnson JL, Driscoll CA, Barr CS, Trut LN, Sacks BN, Kukekova AV (2017) Y-chromosome markers for the red fox. Journal of Heredity 108(6): 678-685. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jhered/esx066

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Rando HM, Stutchman JT, Bastounes ER, Johnson JL, Driscoll CA, Barr CS, Trut LN, Sacks BN, Kukekova AV (2017) Data from: Y-chromosome markers for the red fox. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.fq7dj
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