Paternity testing by PCR

Duncan Clark Duncan at genesys.demon.co.uk
Mon Jun 5 06:18:19 EST 1995


In article: <3qon34$19u at netserv.unmc.edu>  jgspethm at unmc.edu (John Spethman) writes:
> 
> ROGER GREEN,MEDICINE,ST.JOHN'S,NF,CAN (roger at kean.ucs.mun.ca) wrote:
> : 	I am looking for a PCR-based method for parentage (usually 
> : paternity) testing.  Can anyone tell me where to find information 
> : about loci that are being used in this context.  e.g names of loci, 
> : population allele frequencies etc.  Is any company marketing kits or 
> : primers specifically for this purpose? Any informatio you may have would be 
> : appreciated.
> : 	Lately our newsfeed has about a week delay in receiving newsgroups, 
> : so an e-mail response would be better.
> : Thanks
> 
> : Roger C. Green,	Faculty of Medicine               Phone: (709)737-6884
> : Memorial University , St. John's, Newfoundland    FAX  : (709)737-7010
> 
> SO WHAT, WHO CARES ABOUT THIS JUNK!!

This is what we like to see a really helpful post. If you have nothing better 
to say don't post!  

Beware of Roche patents in this area. Unless you are doing this for non-profit
research you could infringe. Roche will grant licenses in this area for $$$. 

Duncan


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