Dybowsk genomic microsatellites were developed by using enrichment protocols combined
with radioactive hybridization protocol. Four hundred to nine hundred base pair fragments were selected for the whole genome. DNA PCR amplification after digestion with restriction endonuclease Sau
3AI, and (CA)12
probes marked with biotin were used for microsatellite DNA enrichment. The product fragments were connected with carrier pGEM-T and transferred into DH5α Escherichia coli
competent cells, and radioactive isotope probes marked with γ-32
P were used for the second hybridization. As a result, a total of 1600 bacteria were obtained in the microsatellite genomic libraries, positive clones accounted for 90.91% before hybridization and 81.25% after hybridization, amounting to 1300. One hundred and ninety-six positive clones were selected for sequencing, and 192 clones included microsatellite sequences. The microsatellite sequences obtained, mono-nucleotide, quad-nucleotide and quint-nucleotide repeat motifs were observed beside double-base-pairs CA/GT, GA/CT. Seventy primers were designed according to the flanking sequences by using software Primer Premier 5.0, and 32 primers were selected to be synthesized. After optimizing PCR reaction conditions, 28 primers were amplified and produced clear purpose bands. The aim of our research was to promote the development and utilization of E. reieherti
genomic resource, and lay the foundation for optimizing E. reieherti
breeding strain in order to detect the genetic diversity and construct a genetic map.