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tetraploidSNPmap screen

TetraploidSNPMap is a programme for constructing linkage maps and carrying out QTL mapping for populations of auto -tetraploid species (e.g. those with chromosomes in sets of four rather than in pairs), especially potato. The original TetraploidMap for Windows was published in 2007, but it has now been revised to handle the advances in size and information content of new genetic marker technologies, such as single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) data from the Infinium 8300 potato SNP array.

Further details from: Christine Hackett

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