A highly variable STR at the D12S391 locus

@article{Lareu1996AHV,
  title={A highly variable STR at the D12S391 locus},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Victoria Lareu and Carmela Pestoni and {\'A}ngel Carracedo and Marianne Schuerenkamp and Steven Rand and Bernd Brinkmann},
  journal={International Journal of Legal Medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={109},
  pages={134-138}
}
A total of 103 fragments in the STR D12S391 locus were sequenced. 24 different alleles were found which can be grouped into 12 allelic classes based on the total number of repeats. The structure of this compund STR consists of blocks of (AGAT) and (AGAC) repeats with a consensus structure (AGAT)8–l7 (AGAC)6–10 (AGAT)0–1. Whereas shorter alleles only have (AGAT) repeats, > 225 bp alleles are more complex, having two motifs (AGAT) and (AGAC). Population data showed that this to be a highly… CONTINUE READING
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