Allele Frequencies of D1S80, LDLR, GYPA, D7S8, GC, HBGG and SE 33 in Polish Population Sample
The application of any new genetic system in forensic casework requires a sufficiently large data base of population. In the present study, we report the allele frequency distribution for seven different loci in the Polish population of Pomerania-Kujawy Region. Five of these markers are coamplified simultaneously using the Amplitype PM kit (Perkin-Elmer): low density lipoprotein receptor (LDLR), glycophorin A (GYPA), hemoglobin G gammaglobin (HBGG), D7S8 linked to cystic fibrosis locus and Group specific Component (GC). The other two loci are VNTR D1S80 (Nakamura 1988) and STR ACTBP2 (SE33) (Polymeropoulos 1992). In addition, we have sequenced selected SE 33 alleles to determine possible sequence structure variations which may cause the allele designation difficult.
KeywordsLarge Data Base Allele Frequency Distribution Cycle Sequencing Reaction Group Specific Component Forensic Casework
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