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Proper selection of endogenous reference genes and their real-time PCR assays is quite important in genetically modified organisms GMOs detection. To find a suitable endogenous reference gene and its real-time PCR assay for common wheat Triticum aestivum L. DNA content or copy number quantification, four previously reported wheat endogenous reference genes and their real-time PCR assays were comprehensively evaluated for the target gene sequence variation and their real-time PCR performance among 37 common wheat lines. Three SNPs were observed in the PKABA1 and ALMT1 genes, and these SNPs significantly decreased the efficiency of real-time PCR amplification. GeNorm analysis of the real-time PCR performance of each gene among common wheat lines showed that the Waxy-D1 assay had the lowest M values with the best stability among all tested lines. All results indicated that the Waxy-D1 gene and its real-time PCR assay were most suitable to be used as an endogenous reference gene for common wheat DNA content quantification. The validated Waxy-D1 gene assay will be useful in establishing accurate and creditable qualitative and quantitative PCR analysis of GM wheat.



Autor: Huali Huang, Fang Cheng, Ruoan Wang, Dabing Zhang, Litao Yang

Fuente: http://plos.srce.hr/



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