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Sequencing and annotation of the complete mitochondrial genome of a threatened labeonine fish, Cirrhinus reba

Genomics & Informatics 2020년 18권 3호 p.32 ~ 32
Islam Mohammad Nazrul, Sultana Shirin, Alam Md. Jobaidul,
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 ( Islam Mohammad Nazrul ) - Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Department of Biotechnology
 ( Sultana Shirin ) - National Institute of Biotechnology Fisheries Biotechnology Division
 ( Alam Md. Jobaidul ) - Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock Department of Fisheries

Abstract


The mitochondrial genome of a species is an essential resource for its effective conservation and phylogenetic studies. In this article, we present sequencing and characterization of the complete mitochondrial genome of a threatened labeonine fish, Cirrhinus reba collected from Khulna region of Bangladesh. The complete mitochondrial genome was 16,597 bp in size, which formed a circular double-stranded DNA molecule containing a total of 37 mitochondrial genes (13 protein-coding genes, 2 ribosomal RNA genes, and 22 transfer RNA genes) with two non-coding regions, an origin of light strand replication (OL) and a displacement loop (D-loop), similar structure with other fishes of Teleostei. The phylogenetic tree demonstrated its close relationship with labeonine fishes. The complete mitogenome of Cirrhinus reba (GenBank no. MN862482) showed 99.96% identity to another haplotype of Cirrhinus reba (AP013325), followed by 90.18% identity with Labeo bata (AP011198).

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complete mitogenome; Illumina sequencing; mitochondrial DNA; reba carp; threatened species

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