haplotyping

David Stivers stiv at hgc9.sph.uth.tmc.edu
Wed Aug 14 09:43:22 EST 1996


In article <Pine.SOL.3.95.960810105131.9581A-100000 at watson.hgen.pitt.edu>,
"Daniel E. Weeks" <dweeks at watson.hgen.pitt.edu> wrote:

>On 6 Aug 1996 jea at ukrv.de wrote:
>> I need a computer program to do haplotyping. CAn everyone help me.
>> 
>It depends on what you mean by 'haplotyping'.  I believe Dr. Stivers'
>response referred to computing haplotype frequencies.  

Yes, that is correct; haplotype frequency estimation from population
genotype data is the topic of my comments; however, the Excoffier program
also estimates haplotypes for individual genotypes.

Workers interested in pedigree analysis should see Dr. Weeks' comments.

Regards,

David Stivers

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