E. M. Dauber

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 Detection of two different cell populations in a child is a rare event. The following case of a dispermic chimera was diagnosed before surgery due to problems in blood group determination. A 2-year-old phenotypically male child was admitted for correction of a penoscrotal hypospadia and unilateral cryptorchism. During presurgical laboratory investigation,(More)
The STR locus D17S976 was investigated by PCR amplification and native polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis in 158 unrelated Austrian Caucasians. No deviations from Hardy-Weinberg expectations were observed. The mean exclusion chance was 0.792, the discriminating power was 0.980 and the observed heterozygosity rate was 0.873. Moreover two alternative(More)
Using the primers described for humans, sequences for 11 Y-specific microsatellites (DYS434, DYS435, DYS436, DYS437, DYS438, DYS439, GATA A10, A7.1, A7.2, C4, and H4 [Gusmão et al., in press]), previously described in 10 male chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), were confirmed in nine additional male chimpanzees. Sequences for nine additional microsatellites(More)
We investigated the (AAAG)n short tandem repeat (STR) polymorphism HumF13A01 an Austrian Caucasoid population sample (n = 674). PCR amplified fragments were detected on an automatic A.L.F. DNA sequencer using laser-induced fluorescence. A total of 14 alleles could be identified, including a new 179 bp allele which was designated allele 3. Sequence(More)
This paper reports population data and statistics for the HumFES/FPS, HumVWA, HumFGA and D12S391 loci in Austria. The sequences of some rare and new variant alleles which have been identified in the course of the present population study and other investigations are described. Sequence variation occurred in a HumFES/FPS allele revealing an (ATTT)9 structure(More)
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