Mother-child double incompatibility at vWA and D5S818 loci in paternity testing

@inproceedings{Narkuti2007MotherchildDI,
  title={Mother-child double incompatibility at vWA and D5S818 loci in paternity testing},
  author={Venkanna Narkuti and Ravi N Vellanki and K P C Gandhi and Lakshmi Narasu Mangamoori},
  booktitle={Clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract Background: In a paternity dispute case, 17 autosomal short tandem repeats (STR) were examined and signified a possible paternal mismatch at vWA locus and a maternal mismatch at D5S818 locus in the child under investigation. Methods: Seventeen autosomal, 17 Y-chromosome and six X-chromosome repeat loci were used in parentage analysis. The mutated vWA and D5S818 alleles were amplified, cloned and sequenced to analyze the repeat structure. Results: The vWA locus genotype in the mother… 

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