Hypervariable single and multi-locus DNA polymorphisms for genetic typing of non-human primates

@article{Wickings2006HypervariableSA,
  title={Hypervariable single and multi-locus DNA polymorphisms for genetic typing of non-human primates},
  author={Elisabeth Jean Wickings},
  journal={Primates},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={323-331}
}
The series of hypervariable, “minisatellite” loci characterized byJeffreys and coworkers in the human myoglobin gene have proved to be DNA sequences highly conserved throughout the eukaryotic genome, and hence the methodology developed for human DNA “fingerprinting” has found immediate application in an ever expanding number of species. Primatologists have not been slow to profit from a method which predicts individual recognition to a very high degree of probability, and initial studies have… CONTINUE READING

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