Analysis of mitochondrial DNA variation in the Egyptian population and its implications for forensic DNA analysis

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Gomaa, R;
(2010)

The genetic sequence of human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is of particular interest to forensic investigations involving human identification, as well as population genetics. The current mtDNA database is lacking sufficient representatives of African mitochondrial DNA seq... View more
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    Figure 2.9: Restriction digestion of mitochondrial DNA fragment F (nt9921-11150) (part I)..............................................................................................................................75 Figure 2.10: Restriction digestion of mitochondrial DNA fragment F (nt9921-11150) (part II). ...........................................................................................................................76 Figure 2.11: Restriction digestion of mitochondrial DNA fragment G (nt12077-13812).

    .........................................................................................................................................79 Figure 2.12: Restriction digestion of mitochondrial DNA fragment H (nt14253-14857).

    .........................................................................................................................................80 Figure 2.13: Restriction digestion of mitochondrial DNA fragment I (nt15312-149)....82 Figure 2.14: Sequences and EcoRI digestion of the mitochondrial DNA mispairing PCR products (nt12221-12334)...............................................................................................85 Figure 2.15: The workflow of the RFLP analysis of the human mitochondrial genome.

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