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M. Taylor, R. Blust and E. Verheyen (2001)

Characterization of microsatellite loci in the stone loach , Barbatula barbatula L .

Molecular Ecology Notes, 2:1-2.

We report the isolation and characterization of five polymorphic microsatellite loci in the stone loach, Barbatula barbatula (synonyms: Nemacheilus barbatularus, Noemacheilus barbatularus, Orthrias barbatularus), which is widely distributed over Europe excluding most parts of Scandinavia, Italy, Spain, and Scotland, and is threatened in Flanders, Belgium. Two loci are perfect dinucleotide repeats (Bbar4 and Bbar8), two loci are imperfect dinucleotide repeats (Bbar3 and Bbar7) and one locus is a dinucleotide compound repeat (Bbar11). The number of alleles per locus in 19 individuals screened range from five in Bbar3 to 15 in Bbar8.

received 22 november 2000, italy, barbatula barbatula is widely, parts of scandinavia, microsatellites, distributed, barbatula barbatula, 2001, over europe excluding most, Barbatula barbatula, the stone loach, stone loach, revision accepted 11 january
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