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Forensic efficiency evaluation of a novel multiplex panel of InDels and STRs in the Guizhou Han population and its phylogenetic relationships with other reference populations
Annals of Human Biology, March 2023
Yanhua Zheng, Ting Wang, Kun He, Yunteng Yang, Jiangtao You, Xiaolan Huang, Hongling Zhang, Zheng Ren, Qiyan Wang, Jiang Huang, Xiaoye Jin
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