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Table 1 Loci (PGSC0003DMG*********) from the reference genome [28, 43] analyzed in 112 Solanum tuberosum Group Phureja accessions

From: Novel SNP markers in InvGE and SssI genes are associated with natural variation of sugar contents and frying color in Solanum tuberosum Group Phureja

Gene Acronym Locus Chr. Primer Sequences 5′–3′ Ta (°C) Amplicon No. SNPs Scored
(GenBank Accesion No.) size (bp) (Scored previously)e
Stp23 (PHO1)a (D00520) PGSC0003DMG400007782 III *f-cagatatgttacatactctacc 59 963 4 (0)
r-tcattagtcacaactttatcgg
StpL (PHO1)a (X73684) PGSC0003DMG400028382 V *f-ttacattgcacaagcacaagc 57 982 14 (1) [67]
r-gtgtacatacaatactctatcc
SssI (Y10416) PGSC0003DMG402018552 III f-aacaataggaatttaccataacc 57 970 12 (0)
*r-atattcccaaacaaaacagagc
InvGE (INV-cw)a (AJ133765) PGSC0003DMG400008943 IX f-caattcttcgattcttcatagg 57 798 9 (8) [39]
*r-aattgaagcagatcatgtagg
Pain1 (INV)a (X70368) PGSC0003DMG400013856 III f-catacattacactatagatcc 56 926 5 (2) [39, 40]
*r-aattgaagcagatcatgtagg
    f-caaaatgaatacatattaagaggb 56 707 4 (0)
    *r-cttaagcagttgcttagagc
UGPase (D00667) PGSC0003DMG401013333 XI f-atgatgttctccacttaaaagc 56 805 11 (1) [42]
    *r-tttcagattttcagaagagagg
    *f-tgattaacgatactatacgtcc 56 931 12 (1) [42]
    r-ttaaaacttccttatactatatgg
GWD (Y09533) PGSC0003DMG400007677 V f-ttctgttatctacttagttacg 56 992 5 (3) [7, 41]
    *r-gttttatatcttgcttctttgg
BMY-8/2 (AF393847) PGSC0003DMG400001855 VIII f-gctactggacatggtgacagac 57 560 9 (9) [5]
    *r-ttacatagaggtctgtcctgcttgag
PWD (AY747068) PGSC0003DMG400016613 IX *f-ggtctgatgatctatctgattgcc 57 871 16 (16) [7, 41]
    r-gacatcttgaggagaaccaaactt
LapN (X77015) PGSC0003DMG400007831 XII f-gcttcctggtcttggctcd 60 985 8 (3) [37]
    *r-gataggcatacgcagccaggtcagaaatcaa
  1. Chr chromosome, Ta annealing temperature
  2. *Primer used for amplicon sequencing
  3. aThese parenthesis include the alternative acronyms used in the starch-sugar interconversion pathway scheme adapted by Schreiber et al. [7]
  4. bFrom a region downstream of the Pain1 candidate gene
  5. cFrom Schreiber et al. [7]
  6. dFrom Fischer et al. [37]
  7. eThe studies where the SNPs or the related amino acid changes were previously reported in tetraploid potatoes are indicated