How many genetic markers to tag an individual? An empirical assessment of false matching rates among close relatives.

Abstract

Genetic identification of individuals is now commonplace, enabling the application of tagging methods to elusive species or species that cannot be tagged by traditional methods. A key aspect is determining the number of loci required to ensure that different individuals have non-matching multi-locus genotypes. Closely related individuals are of particular… (More)

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