|Title:||Characterization of the polymorphic repeat sequence within the rDNA IGS of Cannabis sativa||Authors:||Hsieh, Hsing-Mei
|Keywords:||algorithm;algebraic decision tree;label optimization;lower bound;map labeling;uniform gap problem||Issue Date:||2005||Publisher:||Taipei:National Taiwan University Dept Comp Sci Informat Engn||Source:||Forensic Science International (152),23–28||Start page/Pages:||-||Abstract:||
The rDNA intergenic spacer (IGS) structure of Cannabis sativa contains six variable repeat motifs within a locus spanning
1387 base pairs. The degree of variation of the first three motifs was examined using 77 samples from cannabis samples. The
samples originated from five seizures in Taiwan and seed stocks from six different countries. The results showed that there were
four types of sequences producing PCR products at either 255, 260, 264 or 265 base pairs. The data obtained indicates that this
region of rDNA IGS exhibits a degree of polymorphism that while insufficient by itself can be added to a multiplex with other
cannabis STR loci.
Keywords: rDNA IGS; Repeat sequence; Cannabis sativa; Polymorphism
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