Fluorescence based co-amplification and automated detection of the STR loci HUMFIBRA and HUMD21S11 in a Hungarian Caucasian population sample

@article{Kozma1998FluorescenceBC,
  title={Fluorescence based co-amplification and automated detection of the STR loci HUMFIBRA and HUMD21S11 in a Hungarian Caucasian population sample},
  author={Z. Kozma and Atsushi Nagai and Janos Woller and S{\'a}ndor F{\"u}redi and J. S{\'e}t{\'a}l{\'o} and Isao Ohya and Katsuji Nishi},
  journal={International Journal of Legal Medicine},
  year={1998},
  volume={111},
  pages={103-104}
}
Population data were generated for the STR systems HUMFIBRA and HUMD21S11 for a Hungarian Caucasian population sample residing in Baranya County, Hungary (127 unrelated individuals). The loci were co-amplified using a fluorescence based PCR method and were typed automatically. For both loci 12 different alleles could be found including some variants. No deviations from Hardy-Weinberg expectations were observed. Both loci proved to be highly discriminating and valuable polymorphisms for forensic… CONTINUE READING

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