Forum Topic: Mitochondrial Genetic Polymorphism

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Mitochondrial Genetic Polymorphism

All markers used in population studies can be divided into three categories: autosomal markers, mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) markers, and Y chromosome markers. The polymorphism of these markers is determined by microevolutionary factors (migration, selection, gene drift, and mutation). Genetic markers based on nucleotide sequence variation among individuals are the direct reflection of genetic polymorphism at the DNA level and can directly reflect the differences of genomic DNA among individuals or populations. Creative Biogene provides a comprehensive technology platform for genetic polymorphism research, which can be used to study the DNA of various DNA, in animals and plants, including mitochondria, chloroplasts, and nuclei. [url][/url]

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