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Title: POP-Gene TIMOR: first forensic DNA marker study of East-Timor people
Authors: Souto, L. 
Gusmão, L. 
Amorim, A. 
Ferreira, E. 
Côrte-Real, F. 
Vieira, D. N. 
Silva, E. F. da Cruz e 
Keywords: East Timor; Identifiler; Population genetics
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: International Congress Series. 1261:(2004) 201-203
Abstract: The first population-genetics study for the world newest independent country, East Timor, is presented. In this preliminary work, part of a major ongoing study on East-Timor genetic diversity, the allele frequencies and some statistical parameters of forensic interest were determined for the 15 loci included in AmpFLSTR Identifiler(TM) genotyping kit. A total of 107 samples, collected from East Timorese of several linguistic groups, was typed. All markers are in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium (except for D2S1338 and D5S818, but the deviations do not reach significance after Bonferroni correction). Observed heterozigosities varied between 72% (D5S818) and 92% (D8S1179).
Rights: openAccess
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