• Intro

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  • Credits



  • CGPDB
    UC Davis


    akozik@atgc.org


    Goals of Genetic Mapping:


    1. Construction of high-density genetic map(s) using ESTs (transcribed DNA sequences) as markers.
    In most cases ESTs are represented by functional genes.


    2. Finding connection (association) between phenotype and genotype;
    identification the actual genes involved in the trait (phenotype);
    understanding the roles of those genes at the molecular level.

    Finding association between phenotype and genotype usually done via QTL (Quantitative Trait Loci) mapping using high density molecular genetic maps.