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AFLP® Analysis

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Figure 1: AFLP Analysis

Amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP®) analysis is a genetic mapping technique that uses selective amplification of a subset of restriction enzyme-digested DNA fragments to generate a unique fingerprint for a particular genome. The power of AFLP analysis derives from its ability to quickly generate large numbers of marker fragments for any organism, without prior knowledge of the genomic sequence.

AFLP analysis on an Applied Biosystems Genetic Analyzer (Figure 1). Plots on the left contain the AFLP peaks (blue) and size standard peaks (red) for the three samples. The plot on the right side shows the bins (gray bars) and allele calls data.

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