Mitochondrial DNA control region data from indigenous Angolan Khoe-San lineages.

@article{Fendt2012MitochondrialDC,
  title={Mitochondrial DNA control region data from indigenous Angolan Khoe-San lineages.},
  author={Liane Fendt and Gabriela E Huber and Alexander W. R{\"o}ck and Bettina Zimmermann and Martin Bodner and Rhena Delport and Konrad Schmidt and Walther Parson},
  journal={Forensic science international. Genetics},
  year={2012},
  volume={6 5},
  pages={662-3}
}
Here we provide 129 complete mitochondrial control region sequences of indigenous Khoe-San individuals from Angola to contribute to the still underrepresented pool of data from Africa. The dataset consists of exclusively African lineages with a majority of Sub-Saharan haplogroups. The probability of a random match was calculated as 0.09. The data set comprises 21 haplotypes occurring more than once and 17 unique haplotypes. Upon publication, haplotypes were incorporated in the EMPOP database… CONTINUE READING
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