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Genetic variation of different Peruvian populations using 23 autosomal STR markers

Published:October 19, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fsigss.2022.10.055

      Abstract

      In the present study the genetic variation of different Peruvian populations was investigated. The samples for this study were obtained from 669 individuals distributed among 11 populations from Peru. All samples were analyzed using 23 autosomal STR markers. The Arlequin v3.5.2.2 software was used to determine the genetic distances (Fst) of the studied populations. Notable population substructure was detected between some populations.

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