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The tendency of microsatellites to be highly poly-morphic is a major factor responsible for their popularity as markers for ecological and evolutionary studies. Mi-crosatellite polymorphism is generally attributed to slip-strand mispairing errors, causing the addition or deletion of repeat units during replication (Levinson and Gutman 1987). Valdes,(More)
Asthma and allergic diseases are believed to be complex genetic diseases which may result from the interaction of multiple genetic factors and environmental stimuli. In past decades, great efforts have been exerted in unraveling their genetic basis. The strategies in discovering genes and genetic variants, confirming their importance in pathogenesis of(More)
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