D1S80 polymorphism in Amerindians from the Amazon region of Brazil.

@article{Vallinoto1998D1S80PI,
  title={D1S80 polymorphism in Amerindians from the Amazon region of Brazil.},
  author={Antonio C.R. Vallinoto and Izaura M.V. Cayres-Vallinoto and Marco A. Zago and Sidney E B Santos and Jo{\~a}o Farias Guerreiro},
  journal={Human biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={70 3},
  pages={507-16}
}
The allele frequency distribution at the D1S80 locus (pMCT118) was analyzed in five Amerindian tribes from the Brazilian Amazon (Zoé, Awá-Guajá, Urubú-Kaapór, Katuena, and Xikrin of Bacajá) and was compared with distributions described for other worldwide populations. Nine different segregating alleles were identified in a sample of 139 individuals; alleles *18, *25, and *30 predominated in all tribes. Although the tribes are usually characterized by a low within-population diversity, they have… CONTINUE READING

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