Data from: MSAP markers and global cytosine methylation in plants: a literature survey and comparative analysis for a wild growing species

Conchita Alonso, Ricardo Pérez, Pilar Bazaga, Mónica Medrano & Carlos M. Herrera
Methylation of DNA cytosines affects whether transposons are silenced and genes are expressed, and is a major epigenetic mechanism whereby plants respond to environmental change. Analyses of methylation-sensitive amplification polymorphism (MS-AFLP or MSAP) have been often used to assess methyl-cytosine changes in response to stress treatments and, more recently, in ecological studies of wild plant populations. MSAP technique does not require a sequenced reference genome and provides many anonymous loci randomly distributed over the genome...
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