АвторТема: Mitochondrial DNA analysis of Swedish population samples  (Прочитано 1076 раз)

0 Пользователей и 1 Гость просматривают эту тему.

Оффлайн CenturionАвтор темы

  • 100% Earth (Solar System) genofond
  • Администратор
  • *****
  • Сообщений: 10074
  • Страна: ru
  • Рейтинг +567/-2
Mitochondrial DNA analysis of Swedish population samples
« : 02 Октябрь 2013, 17:29:32 »
Mitochondrial DNA analysis of Swedish population samples // International Journal of Legal Medicine, September 2013

Lembring et al.

As a contribution to the geographic coverage of EMPOP, currently the best available forensic mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) database, a total of 299 Swedish individuals were analysed by sequencing of the first and second hypervariable regions of the mtDNA genome. In this sample set, a total of 179 different haplotypes were detected. The genetic diversity was estimated to be 0.9895 (±0.0023), and the random match probability was 1.39 %. The most abundant haplogroups were HV (including its subhaplogroups H and V) with a frequency of 46.5 %, followed by haplogroup U (including its subhaplogroup K) at 27.8 %, haplogroup T at 10.0 % and haplogroup J at 7.0 %, a distribution that is consistent with previous observations in other European populations.

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00414-013-0908-6

 

© 2007 Молекулярная Генеалогия (МолГен)

Внимание! Все сообщения отражают только мнения их авторов.
Все права на материалы принадлежат их авторам (владельцам) и сетевым изданиям, с которых они взяты.


Rambler's Top100