Exclusion of paternity based on a panel of 89 SNP markers in a sample of Corriedale and Merino sheep from Uruguay.

@inproceedings{Macedo2013ExclusionOP,
  title={Exclusion of paternity based on a panel of 89 SNP markers in a sample of Corriedale and Merino sheep from Uruguay.},
  author={Fernando Macedo and N. Grasso and Elly Ana Navajas and Domingo Gimeno and Carlos Gabriel Ciappesoni},
  year={2013}
}
The performance of an 89 single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) marker panel for paternity exclusion was studied in populations of Corriedale and Merino sheep in Uruguay. Minor allele frequency (MAF) values of the markers ranged from 0.05 to 0.5 for Corriedale and from 0.08 to 0.5 for Merino. Using fewer than 50 markers, high probability values (0.9999) were achieved for excluding both parents and also when one of the parents was known. In the most common case of paternity exclusion, when only… CONTINUE READING

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