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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Using DNA fingerprints to infer familial relationships within NHANES III households.

Exact LR vs. IBS LR for 3 familial relationships, with line where the LRs are equal.

Hormuzd A. Katki, et al. J Am Stat Assoc. ;105(490):552-563.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Using DNA fingerprints to infer familial relationships within NHANES III households.

Entropy of allele distributions for each locus, for overall U.S. population (thickest line) and for each ethnicity.

Hormuzd A. Katki, et al. J Am Stat Assoc. ;105(490):552-563.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Using DNA fingerprints to infer familial relationships within NHANES III households.

NHANES III Identifiler® allele frequencies (> 1%) for the U.S. (US) [thickest line] and by ethnicity: (W) non-Hispanic white, (B) non-Hispanic black, (M) Mexican-American.

Hormuzd A. Katki, et al. J Am Stat Assoc. ;105(490):552-563.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Using DNA fingerprints to infer familial relationships within NHANES III households.

DNA locus D7S820 with the tetranucleotide motif repeat gata upcased. This version has 13 gata repeats, so is named allele 13. The locus is broken into chunks of length 10 for ease of counting the position of each nucleotide (the numbers give the position of the nucleotide at the far left). The DNA bases are a for adenine, c for cytosine, g for guanine, and t for thymine.

Hormuzd A. Katki, et al. J Am Stat Assoc. ;105(490):552-563.

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