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“…DNA phenotyping is now attracting the attention of the professionals, scientists (Butler 2015a, b;Shrivastava et al 2016). In India, recently several population studies based on STR markers have been published (Srivastava et al 2019a;Srivastava etal. 2019b;Shrivastava et al 2020).…”
Section: Development Of the Dna Technologymentioning
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“…DNA phenotyping is now attracting the attention of the professionals, scientists (Butler 2015a, b;Shrivastava et al 2016). In India, recently several population studies based on STR markers have been published (Srivastava et al 2019a;Srivastava etal. 2019b;Shrivastava et al 2020).…”
Section: Development Of the Dna Technologymentioning
“…The genetic dataset of present study was compared with the dataset of reported indigenous populations viz., Balmiki (Punjab) 29 , Sakaldwipi Brahmin (Jharkhand) 29 , Konkanastha_Brahmin (Maharashtra) 29 , Iyengar (Tamilnadu) 29 , Kurumans (Tamilnadu) 29 , Munda (Jharkhand) 29 , Chenchu (Andhra Pradesh) 30 , Lambadi (Andhra Pradesh) 30 , Naikpod_Gond (Andhra Pradesh) 30 , Yerukula (Andhra Pradesh) 30 , Munda (Chotanagpur) 31 , Santal (Chotanagpur) 31 , Oraon (Chotanagpur) 31 , Lodha (Bengal) 32 , Kora (Bengal) 32 , Maheli (Bengal) 32 , Central Indian Population 33 , Gond (MP) 34 , Gond_2 (MP) 35 , Gond_1 (MP) 29 , Oraon (Chhattishgarh) 36 , Population of Jharkhand 37 , Jat Sikh (Punjab) 38 , Baniya (Punjab) 38 , Khatri (Punjab) 38 , Population of Uttar Pradesh 39 , Kahar population (UP) 40 , Himachal Pradesh Population 18 , Gorkhas 41 , Tamil Population (Tamil Nadu) 42 , Population of Rajasthan 43 , Population of Odisha 44 and Bhuiyan Population (Jharkhand) 45 ;and global populations namely; Manchu Population of China 46 Medical College, Jhansi is part of Bundelkhamd University, Jhansi. One of the co-author of this manuscript is posted in the same university and we took the ethical clearance on our proposal from the same Institute which is part of Bundelkhamd University, Jhansi,UP,India.…”
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“…A statistical analysis showed that the majority of microhaplotypes sequenced were highly polymorphic and informative in the Gansu Han population. The CMPs for most commercial forensic STR kits range from 10 −17 to 10 −26 [25][26][27] . In this study, the CMP for 106 microhaplotypes was 5.23 × 10 −66 , which is tens of orders of magnitude lower than those of STR multiplex systems.…”
Section: Population Datamentioning