The complete mitochondrial genome of the javeline goby Acanthogobius hasta (Perciformes, Gobiidae) and phylogenetic considerations

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Title
The complete mitochondrial genome of the javeline goby Acanthogobius hasta (Perciformes, Gobiidae) and phylogenetic considerations
Author(s)
I C Kim; H S Kweon; Y J Kim; Chang-Bae Kim; M C Gye; W O Lee; Y S Lee; J S Lee
Bibliographic Citation
Gene, vol. 336, no. 2, pp. 147-153
Publication Year
2004
Abstract
We isolated Acanthogobius hasta mitochondrial DNA by long-polymerase chain reaction (long-PCR) with conserved primers, and sequenced this mitogenome with primer walking. The resultant A. hasta mitochondrial DNA sequence was found to consist of 16,663 bp with a structural organization conserved relative to that of other fish. In this paper, we report the basic characteristics of the A. hasta mitochondrial genome including structural organization, base composition of rRNAs and the tRNAs and protein-encoding genes, and characteristics of mitochondrial tRNAs. These findings are applicable to molecular phylogenetics in the suborder Gobioidei.
Keyword
Acanthogobius hastaconserved sequence blockCSBFishLong-PCRlong-polymerase chain reactionLong-polymerase chain reactionmaximum likelihoodMitochondrial genomeMLSequencingTAStermination-associated sequence
ISSN
0378-1119
Publisher
Elsevier
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gene.2004.04.009
Type
Article
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