Allele Frequency Distribution Tables
These population data tables show allele frequency
distribution in diverse human populations.
Ron Fourney, of the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police, has provided STRBase with these tables.
These data have been published in . Human
Biology, 70(5): 813-844
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