Allele Frecuency Distributions of Five VNTR Loci (D1S7, D7S21, D12S11, D5S43 and D2S44) in Spain
Since the discovery of a hypervariable locus  numerous such loci have been found [2–4]. Of particular value and interest are the RFLP-analysis of hypervariable VNTR regions with the single locus probe hybridization technique. These markers have great potencial for individual identification in forensic analysis and paternity testing [5–7]. However, before they can be adopted for routine use in these applications, the allele frecuency distributions must be determinated .
KeywordsUnrelated Individual Criminal Case Allele Frequency Distribution Forensic Analysis Paternity Testing
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