Genotyping by Targeted Sequencing (GBTS) Panels - Ready to use
GenoBaits® Maize 45K Panel
MolBreeding collaborated with Dr. Xu Yunbi’s team (CAAS-CIMMYT), has developed a series of GBTS panels, including from 1K – 45K (GenoBaits®). These panels can serve an effective and efficient tool for genotyping and population structure classification, and genome prediction analysis.
This Panel SNPs were selected from 20 sequenced pan-genomes and 1,520 germplasm data collected worldwide. Through validation and optimization, Molbreeding designed 14,868 mSNP capture regions (total 37,669 SNPs markers) into one liquid chip. This 16K panel can be used for germplasm evaluation and linkage map construction.
Total 52K probes is made of this procine panel, and were validated in commercial breeding lines. The 1K panel contains 1,200 SNP selected markers, which can be used for parental verification, pedigree correction and breed composition analysis.
This Panel is specifically designed for large-scale, whole-genome selection breeding applications in dairy cattle populations. The panel features carefully selected elite SNPs from the most popular commercial array, optimized to provide the best ROI for genomic breeding and research.
Our state-of-the-art genotyping by Targeted Sequencing technology, utilizing our most updated 4K panel, is an efficient and cost effective solution for Wagyu cattle breeding.
By applying the latest advancements in GBTS, we are able to evaluate the potential performance of breeding cattle in the early stages, allowing ranches to make informed decisions and significantly shorten breeding cycles.
Featuring a comprehensive collection of major parentage identification loci from foreign breed associations and breeding organizations, as well as covering major sheep breeds both domestically and internationally, this chip is the ultimate tool for detecting multiple known candidate genes and key functional loci related to important traits of sheep.
This Panel was developed from resequencing 587 sheep breeds and wild relatives. ~6K breeding selection regions are also included to differentiate flocks from different regions, Asian and Europe, and Pacific. There regions were very informative in QTL analysis based on their SNP frequency, density and LD etc.