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Asked 1st Jun, 2017

Molecular markers based on RXLR and CRN effectors are suitable for race characterization of the pathogen Plasmopara halstedii?

I am going to design primers (for sequencing) based on effectors of this pathogen species, in order to differentiate races as well as isolates. It is possible to find polymorphisms between races using those regions? 

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4th Jul, 2017
Laith Al-Ani
Universiti Sains Malaysia
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You are welcome

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2nd Jun, 2017
Ankit Jaiswal
University of Toledo
Please go through the article it might help.
23rd Jun, 2017
Laith Al-Ani
Universiti Sains Malaysia
23rd Jun, 2017
Laith Al-Ani
Universiti Sains Malaysia
23rd Jun, 2017
Laith Al-Ani
Universiti Sains Malaysia
23rd Jun, 2017
Oadi Matny
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Excellent work.
23rd Jun, 2017
Laith Al-Ani
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Good luck
26th Jun, 2017
Ana Laura Martinez
National Scientific and Technical Research Council
Thanks! I have read this article, and I wish these molecular markers will show variability in my samples and in the specific race I am working. 
4th Jul, 2017
Laith Al-Ani
Universiti Sains Malaysia
19
You are welcome

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