Paternal exclusion: allele sharing in microsatellite testing

@inproceedings{Narkuti2008PaternalEA,
  title={Paternal exclusion: allele sharing in microsatellite testing},
  author={Venkanna Narkuti and Ravi N Vellanki and Narasimha M. Oraganti and Lakshmi Narasu Mangamoori},
  booktitle={Clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Background: A paternity disagreement analyzed with 15 autosomal microsatellite markers indicated allele sharing between the mother, questioned child and the alleged father generating an inconclusive paternity result. Design and methods: In total, 15 autosomal and 17 Y tandem repeat loci were analyzed using AmpFlSTR Identifiler, AmpFlSTR®Y-filer™ kits followed by six microsatellite markers on X chromosome in DNA extracted from peripheral blood samples of the mother, questioned child and… 

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