Data from: Development, validation and high-throughput analysis of sequence markers in nonmodel species

Piotr Zieliński, Michal T. Stuglik, Katarzyna Dudek, Mateusz Konczal & Wieslaw Babik
DNA sequences derived from multiple regions of the nuclear genome are essential for historical inferences in the fields of phylogeography and phylogenetics. The appropriate markers should be single-copy, variable, easy to amplify from multiple samples and easy to sequence using high-throughput technologies. This may be difficult to achieve for species lacking sequenced genomes and particularly challenging for species possessing large genomes, which consist mostly of repetitive sequences. Here, we present a cost-effective, broadly applicable framework...
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