TetraploidMap for Windows

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TetraploidMap is a graphical user interface for calculating linkage maps for autotetraploid populations. It is suitable for handling markers scored on two parents and the full-sib offspring of a cross between them. TetraploidMap handles both codominant and dominant molecular markers, in all possible configurations, and takes into account the presence of null alleles in the analysis. It now includes a routine for QTL mapping.

TetraploidMap is free to download and use, but you must register and agree to abide by its license first.

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Please contact Christine Hackett with any further queries you may have about this software.

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