Population data of 12 X-STR loci in a North of Portugal sample

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Table S 1

Forensic parameters for 12 X-STR loci in the tested population of the North of Portugal (150 males, 73 females). (XLSX 12 kb)

Table S 2

Allele frequencies of the 12 X-STR loci in the tested population of the North of Portugal (150 males, 73 females). (XLSX 11 kb)

Table S 3

Distribution of STR haplotypes for the Chr X linkage groups (n = 150 males). (XLSX 9 kb)

Table S 4a

Haplotype frequencies on Chr X linkage group 1 (n = 150 males). (XLSX 11 kb)

Table S 4b

Haplotype frequencies on Chr X linkage group 2 (n = 150 males). (XLSX 10 kb)

Table S 4c

Haplotype frequencies on Chr X linkage group 3 (n = 150 males). (XLSX 10 kb)

Table S 4d

Haplotype frequencies on Chr X linkage group 4 (n = 150 males). (XLSX 11 kb)

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Cainé, L., Costa, S. & Pinheiro, M.F. Population data of 12 X-STR loci in a North of Portugal sample. Int J Legal Med 127, 63–64 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00414-012-0672-z

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Keywords

  • Linkage Group
  • Polymorphism Information Content
  • Unique Haplotype
  • Paternity Testing
  • Haplotype Data