Genetic admixture in three mexican mestizo populations based on D1S80 and HLA‐DQA1 Loci

@article{CerdaFlores2002GeneticAI,
  title={Genetic admixture in three mexican mestizo populations based on D1S80 and HLA‐DQA1 Loci},
  author={R. Cerda-Flores and M. C. Villalobos-Torres and H. Barrera‐Salda{\~n}a and Lizette M Cort{\'e}s-Prieto and L. O. Barajas and F. Rivas and {\'A}. Carracedo and Y. Zhong and S. Barton and R. Chakraborty},
  journal={American Journal of Human Biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={14}
}
This study compares genetic polymorphisms at the D1S80 and HLA‐DQA1 loci in three Mexican Mestizo populations from three large states (Nuevo León, Jalisco, and the Federal District). Allele frequency distributions are relatively homogenous in the three samples; only the Federal District population shows minor differences of the HLA‐DQA1 allele frequencies compared with the other two. In terms of genetic composition, these Mestizo populations show evidence of admixture with predominantly Spanish… Expand
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