Allelic frequencies with 23 autosomic STRS in the Aymara population of Peru

Carlos David Neyra-Rivera, Andres Ticona Arenas, Edgardo Delgado Ramos, Margarita Rosa Eugenia Velasquez Reinoso, Bruce Budowle

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Abstract

Population data of the Aymara in the province of Puno were established for 23 autosomal STR markers. DNA was obtained from unrelated individuals (n = 190) who reside in three areas of the Floating Islands of Lake Titicaca, residents on the border with Bolivia and residents who are not from the border with Bolivia. The PENTA E marker presented the highest PD (0.9738), PIC (0.8793), and PM (0.7847) values. The combined PD was greater than 0.99999999 and the combined PE was 0.99999994. The largest distance, based on Fst values, was between the Aymara population and the Ashaninca population (0.04022), and the smallest distance was with the populations of Bolivia (0.00136) and Peru (0.00525).

Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational journal of legal medicine
DOIs
StateAccepted/In press - 2020

Keywords

  • Allele frequencies
  • Aymara population
  • Forensic genetics
  • STR markers

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