Mink genomics networking chromosome mapping

Welcome to the
Mink Genome Project!

The Mink Genome Project is a collaborative study involving K. Christensen & R. Anistoroaei at Institute of Basic Animal & Veterinary Science, The Faculty of Life science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Hossain Farid & Bernhard Benkel at Department of Plant and Animal Science, Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro, NS, Canada. It is aimed at producing a map and sequence of all the chromosomes in mink.

Our Collaboration Includes:

  • Generating new molecular markers for constructing and improving the genetic map for the American mink.
  • Localizing and ordering these markers on the mink chromosomes using linkage analysis and Hybrid Cell Lines.
  • Generating better defined Hybrid Cell Lines.
  • Generating a BAC library resource for the mink genome
  • Generating a cDNA library in order to identify and annotate new genes

Mink linkage database (username and pass word needed)

  • QTL Mink database (username and pass word needed)

  • Mink 10 fold BAC library

    Mink paternity test

     

    Mink linkage resource families

     

    News
    Here you find all new features
    and updates about Mink Map

    Lists
    microsatlittes, primers,
    references, typing status

     

     

    This site was created by Knud Christensen and Razvan Anistoroaei. All questions relating to the Mink Genome Project should be directed to kc@life.ku.dk or ran@life.ku.dk

     

    This site is still under construction

     

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