Marc GIRONDOT p75783
mgi at ccr.jussieu.fr
Sat Jun 12 03:33:27 EST 1993
In article <1vadvl$s4c at morrow.stanford.edu> andres at wilson.Stanford.EDU (Andres Ruiz) writes:
>Does any one out there know about recent work on the use of DNA fingerprints
>(multilocus or combined form single VNTR loci) to analyse population structure?
>The most recent work I have seen is on the California Chanel Island fox
>(Gilbert et al. Nature 344:764-767- 1990).
> Andres RUIZ LINARES M.D., Ph.D.
> Department of Genetics
> Stanford University Medical School
> Stanford CA 94305
> Phone: (415) 723-65-06
> Fax: (415) 725-15-34
Here are some of the paper on this subject... perhaps there are many others
Estimation of relatedness in natural populations using polymorphic genetic
Genet. Sel. Evol. 23:391-406
Estimation of heterozygoty for single-probe multilocus DNA fingerprints
Mol. Biol. Evol. 9:729-743
With some data from natural populations
Testing Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium on allelic data from VNTR loci
Am J Hum Genet 51:1084-1088
Population genetics in the forensic DNA debate
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