Development of SNP markers for parentage assessment, and population genetics of razorback sucker

Funding Opportunity ID: 287941 Opportunity Number: BOR-LC-16-N020 Opportunity Title: Development of SNP markers for parentage assessment, and population genetics of razorback suckerOpportunity Category: DiscretionaryOpportunity Category Explanation: Funding Instrument Type: GrantCategory of Funding Activity: EnvironmentCategory Explanation: CFDA Number(s): 15.538Eligible Applicants: Public and State controlled institutions of higher educationAdditional Information on Eligibility: Agency Code: DOI-BORAgency Name: Department of the InteriorBureau of ReclamationPosted Date: Aug 24, 2016Close Date: Sep 06, 2016Last Updated Date: Aug 24, 2016Award Ceiling: $340,000Award Floor: $1Estimated Total Program Funding: $34,000Expected Number of Awards: 1Description: Notice of Intent to Award Only - Next generation sequencing approaches allow researchers to survey the entire genome for variable markers that can be useful for a diversity of purposes including gender determination and development of individual specific genetic markers that can be used for a variety of purposes such as examination of reproductive success. This project will use next generation sequencing to identify DNA-based markers that will allow for gender determination, of razorback suckers, from small amounts of tissue (e.g., a fin clip) and use next generation sequencing to develop DNA-based markers for population studies of razorback sucker. Version: Synopsis 1
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