Twenty-one X-chromosomal short tandem repeat (STR) loci, including the six clusters of linked markers DXS10148–DXS10135–DXS8378 (Xp22), DXS7132–DXS10079–DXS10074 (Xq12), DXS6801–DXS6809–DXS6789 (Xq21), DXS7424–DXS101 (Xq22), DXS10103–HPRTB–DXS10101 (Xq26), DXS8377–DXS10146–DXS10134–DXS7423 (Xq28) and the loci DXS6800, GATA172D05 and DXS10011 were typed in a popula3tion sample from Ivory Coast (n = 125; 51 men and 74 women). Allele and haplotype frequencies as well as linkage disequilibrium data for kinship calculations are provided. On the whole, no significant differences in the genetic variability of X-STR markers were observed between Ivorians and other sub-Saharan African populations belonging to the Niger–Kordofanian linguistic group.

Allele and haplotype diversity of X-chromosomal STRs in Ivory Coast

DELPERO, Massimiliano;SANTOVITO, Alfredo;TORRE, Carlo;ROBINO, Carlo
2011

Abstract

Twenty-one X-chromosomal short tandem repeat (STR) loci, including the six clusters of linked markers DXS10148–DXS10135–DXS8378 (Xp22), DXS7132–DXS10079–DXS10074 (Xq12), DXS6801–DXS6809–DXS6789 (Xq21), DXS7424–DXS101 (Xq22), DXS10103–HPRTB–DXS10101 (Xq26), DXS8377–DXS10146–DXS10134–DXS7423 (Xq28) and the loci DXS6800, GATA172D05 and DXS10011 were typed in a popula3tion sample from Ivory Coast (n = 125; 51 men and 74 women). Allele and haplotype frequencies as well as linkage disequilibrium data for kinship calculations are provided. On the whole, no significant differences in the genetic variability of X-STR markers were observed between Ivorians and other sub-Saharan African populations belonging to the Niger–Kordofanian linguistic group.
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http://www.springerlink.com/content/r8774848614x1283/
X chromosome; Short tandem repeat; Ivory Coast; Haplotype; linkage disequilibrium
Pasino S.; Caratti S.; DelPero M.; Santovito A.; Torre C.; Robino C.
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