A nonlinear method for estimating nucleotide polymorphism from restriction maps.


Restriction mapping is used to estimate nucleotide sequence polymorphism when the regions to be studied are too long or too numerous to be sequenced. Restriction mapping is less costly than DNA sequencing, but it does not allow direct measurement of underlying nucleotide polymorphism. It is therefore useful to be able to estimate underlying nucleotide… (More)


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