The BovineSNP50 v2 BeadChip contains 54,609 highly informative SNPs uniformly distributed across the entire genome of major cattle breed types, empowering applications such as genome-wide enabled selection, identification of quantitative trait loci, evaluation of genetic merit of individuals, and comparative genetic studies.
This BeadChip was developed by Illumina in collaboration with the USDA-ARS, University of Missouri, and the University of Alberta. More than 24,000 SNP probes target novel SNP loci that were discovered by Illumina sequencing of three pooled populations of economically important beef and dairy cattle. Additional content is derived from publicly available sources such as the bovine reference genome, Btau, and the Bovine HapMap Consortium data set. All SNP probes have been validated in 19 common beef and dairy breeds. This product targets evenly distributed SNPs that are polymorphic across the breeds tested and provides an average probe spacing of 49.4kb and a median spacing of 36.9kb.
The BovineSNP50 BeadChip is a multi-sample genotyping panel powered by Illumina's Infinium HD Assay. This assay provides the industry's highest call rates, allows for flexible content deployment, and enables the detection and measurement of copy number variation.
For high-throughput, cost-effective genetic screening, the BovineSNP50 BeadChip features more than 54,000 evenly spaced SNP probes spanning the bovine genome.
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|BovineSNP50 Genotyping BeadChip||Data Sheet||PDF (< 1 MB)|
Catalog IDs: WG-450-2001, WG-450-2002, WG-450-2003