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Measuring and testing genetic differentiation with ordered versus unordered alleles.

@article{Pons1996MeasuringAT,
  title={Measuring and testing genetic differentiation with ordered versus unordered alleles.},
  author={O. Pons and R. Petit},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={1996},
  volume={144 3},
  pages={
          1237-45
        }
}
Estimates and variances of diversity and differentiation measures in subdivided populations are proposed that can be applied to haplotypes (ordered alleles such as DNA sequences, which may contain a record of their own histories). Hence, two measures of differentiation can be compared for a single data set: one (GST) that makes use only of the allelic frequencies and the other (NST) for which similarities between the haplotypes are taken into account in addition. Tests are proposed to compare… Expand
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