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Open Access Research article

Phylogenetic reconstruction and the identification of ancient polymorphism in the Bovini tribe (Bovidae, Bovinae)

Sean MacEachern125*, John McEwan3 and Mike Goddard14

Author Affiliations

1 Primary Industries Research Victoria, Animal Genetics and Genomics, Attwood VIC 3049, Australia

2 Latrobe University, Department of Genetics, Bundoora VIC 3086, Australia

3 Animal Genomics, AgResearch, Private Bag 50034, Mosgiel, New Zealand

4 Melbourne University, School of Agriculture and Food Systems, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

5 Avian Disease and Oncology Laboratory 3606 E Mt Hope Rd, East Lansing, Mi. 48823, USA

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BMC Genomics 2009, 10:177  doi:10.1186/1471-2164-10-177

Published: 24 April 2009

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Additional file 1:

Supplementary table one of primers and amplification success for each amplicon in the study. Summary of genes and exons where primer pairs have been designed for analysis and the success of each sequencing reaction.

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Additional file 2:

Total alignment concatenated from all Exonic and Intronic amplicons spanning shortest complete read. Multiple alignment of Exonic and Intronic nucleotide sequence from which the majority of the analysis is based.

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Additional file 3:

Supplementary table two Aberrant allele positions and relative age. Table summarising the position of all aberrant sites from figure 1 and the relative age of each of these sites (old = segregating since the divergence of Bubalina and Bos, ~8 MY).

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Supplementary table three Study animals localities. Summary of animals used in this study, their locality, date of extraction and a contact from which the material was sourced.

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