Data from: Development of SNP genotyping arrays in two shellfish species

Sylvie Lapègue, Estelle Harrang, Serge Heurtebise, Emilie Flahauw, Cécile Donnadieu, Philippe Gayral, Marion Ballenghien, Lucie Genestout, Laetitia Barbotte, Rachid Mahla, Pierrick Haffray & Christophe Klopp
Use of SNPs has been favored due to their abundance in plant and animal genomes, accompanied by the falling cost and rising throughput capacity for detection and genotyping. Here, we present in vitro (obtained from targeted sequencing) and in silico discovery of SNPs, and the design of medium-throughput genotyping arrays for two oyster species, the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, and European flat oyster, Ostrea edulis. Two sets of 384 SNP markers were designed for two...
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