Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 2004;44(2):287-292.
Analysis of genetic diversity for cattle parentage testing using microsatellite markers
Gil-jae Cho1, Young-jin Yang1, Kil-wang Lee2
1Laboratory of Equine Genetics, Korea Racing Association
2Department of Animal Science, Miryang National University
소의 친자감정을 위한 Microsatellite markers의 유전적 다양성 분석
조길재1, 양영진1, 이길왕2
1한국마사회 유전자검사실
2밀양대학교 동물자원학과
Abstract
The objective of present study was to ascertain genetic diversity for cattle parentage testing. A total of 59 random cattle samples(29 Korean native cattle and 30 dairy cows) were genotyped by using 11 microsatellite loci(BM1824, BM2113, ETH10, ETH225, EH3, INRA23, SPS115, TGLA122, TGLA227, TGLA53, and TGLA126). This method consisted of multiplexing PCR procedure and showed reasonable amplification of all PCR products. Genotyping was performed with an ABI 310 genetic analyzer. The number of alleles per locus varied from 5 to 11 with a mean value of 6.73 in the Korean native cattle(KNC), 4 to 9 with a mean of 5.91 in dairy cows(DC). Expected heterozygosity was ranged 0.534~0.855(mean 0.732), 0.370~0.866(mean 0.692) in the KNC and DC, respectively. PIC value was ranged 0.485~0.821(mean 0.684), 0.336~0.834(mean 0.640) in the KNC and DC, respectively. Of the 11 markers, 7 markers(ETH10, EH3, INRA23, SPS115, TGLA122, TGLA227, TGLA53) and 3 markers(INRA23, TGLA227, TGLA53) have relatively high PIC value (>0.7) in the KNC and DC, respectively. The total exclusion probability of 11 microsatellite loci was 0.9997 and 0.9991 in the KNC and DC, respectively. These results present basic information for developing a system for parentage verification and individual identification in the KNC and DC.
Key Words: Allele, Korean native cattle, microsatellite DNA, parentage verification


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