Results of the 1999-2000 collaborative exercise and proficiency testing program on mitochondrial DNA of the GEP-ISFG: an inter-laboratory study of the observed variability in the heteroplasmy level of hair from the same donor.

@article{Alonso2002ResultsOT,
  title={Results of the 1999-2000 collaborative exercise and proficiency testing program on mitochondrial DNA of the GEP-ISFG: an inter-laboratory study of the observed variability in the heteroplasmy level of hair from the same donor.},
  author={Antonio Alonso and Antonio Salas and Cristina Albarr{\'a}n and Eduardo Arroyo and Azucena Castro and Manuel Crespillo and Ana Mar{\'i}a di Lonardo and Mar{\'i}a Victoria Lareu and Carlos L{\'o}pez Cubr{\'i}a and Manuel L{\'o}pez Soto and Jose Antonio Lorente and Marta Montesino Semper and Ana Maria Palacio and Manuel Paredes and Luisa Pereira and Anna P{\'e}rez Lezaun and Jos{\'e} Pestano Brito and Andrea Sala and Mar{\'i}a Conceiç{\~a}o Vide and Martin Whittle and Juan Jos{\'e} Yunis and Josefina G{\'o}mez},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2002},
  volume={125 1},
  pages={1-7}
}
The Spanish and Portuguese working group (GEP) of international society for forensic genetics (ISFG) 1999-2000 collaborative exercise on mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) included the analysis of four bloodstain samples and one hair shaft sample by 19 participating laboratories from Spain, Portugal and several Latin-American countries. A wide range of sequence results at position 16,093 of the HV1 (from T or C homoplasmy to different levels of heteroplasmy) were submitted by the different participating… CONTINUE READING

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