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Microsatellite evolution inferred from human-chimpanzee genomic sequence alignments

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Jun 25, 2002

Matthew Thomas WebsterHans Ellegren

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Most studies of microsatellite evolution utilize long, highly mutable loci, which are unrepresentative of the majority of simple repeats in the human genome. Here we use an unbiased sample of 2,467 microsatellite loci derived from alignments of 5.1 Mb of genomic sequence from human and ...read more

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  • Microsatellite evolution inferred from human-chimpanzee genomic sequence alignments

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

    Jun 25, 2002

    Matthew Thomas WebsterHans Ellegren

    PMID: 12070344

    DOI: 10.1073/pnas.122067599

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    Most studies of microsatellite evolution utilize long, highly mutable loci, which are unrepresentative of the majority of simple repeats in the human genome. Here we use an unbiased sample of 2,467 microsatellite loci derived from alignments of 5.1 Mb of genomic sequence from human and ...read more

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