CGD Marker Types

Marker Type Marker Abbreviation Full Marker Name or Target Technology Reference
Fingerprinting

AFLP

cDNA-AFLP

fAFLP

RFLP

PCR-RFLP

ISSR

RAPD

SCoT

SRAP

IRAP

SSAP

POGP

VNTR

Amplified fragment length polymorphism

Complementary DNA-RFLP

Fluorescent AFLP

Restriction fragment length polymorphism

Polymerase chain reaction RFLP

Inter-simple sequence repeat

Random amplified polymorphic DNA

Start codon targeted

Sequence-related amplified polymorphism

Inter-retrotransposon amplified polymorphism

Sequence specific amplification polymorphism

Peroxidase gene polymorphism

Variable number of tandem repeats

Vos et al, 1995

Vuylsteke et al, 2006

De Curtis et al, 2004

Botstein et al, 1980

Rasmussen,2012 

Zietkiewicz et al, 1994

Williams et al, 1990

Collard and Mackill, 2009

Li and Quiros, 2001

Campbell et al, 2011

Porceddu et al, 2002

Uzun et al, 2014

Nakamura et al, 1998

Feature-specific PCR with cleavage

CAPS

Cleaved amplified polymorphic sequences

Konieczny and Ausubel, 1993

Feature-specific PCR

EST marker or EST

EST-STMS

gene marker or PCR marker/primer

SSR

STMS

STS

Indel

RGA/RGC

SCAR

Expressed Sequence Tag

STMS sequence from an EST

Gene sequence

 

Microsatellites, simple sequence repeats

Sequence-tagged microsatellite

Sequence tagged site

Insertions/Deletions

Resistance gene analog/candidate

Sequence characterized amplified regions

Parkinson and Blaxter, 2009

Ellis and Burke, 2007

NA

 

Tautz, 1989

Beckmann and Soller, 1990

Green and Green, 1991

Bhangale et al, 2005

Kanazin et al, 1996

Paran and Michelmore, 1993

SNP-specific

SNP

Single nucleotide polymorphism

Ahmadian et al, 2000

Misc. markers

DArTseq

Isozyme

genetic marker

LAMP marker

Diversity array technology

Enzyme form

Unknown marker type

Loop-mediated isothermal amplification

Jaccoud et al, 2001

Nevo, 1987

NA

Notomi et al, 2000