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Title Microsatellites : evolution and applications / edited by David B. Goldstein and Christian Schlötterer.
Imprint Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999.

Subject Microsatellites (Genetics)
Genetic markers.
Microsatellite Repeats.
Genetic Markers.
Alt Name Goldstein, David B.
Schlötterer, Christian.
Description xv, 352 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [279]-330) and index.
ISBN 019850408X (hardbound)
0198504071 (pbk.)
OCLC # 40339375
Table of Contents
1Microsatellites and other simple sequences: genomic context and mutational mechanisms / John M. Hancock1
2Functional roles of microsatellites and minisatellites / Yechezkel Kashi, Morris Soller10
3Minisatellites and mutation processes in tandemly repetitive DNA [et al.] / John A. L. Armour, Santos Alonso Alegre, Sue Miles24
4Mechanistic basis for microsatellite instability / Jonathan A. Eisen34
5Microsatellite evolution: inferences from population data / Arnaud Estoup, Jean-Marie Cornuet49
6A comparative approach to the study of microsatellite evolution / William Amos66
7Trinucleotide expansion mutations cause diseases which do not conform to classical Mendelian expectations / David C. Rubinsztein80
8Mutation and migration in models of microsatellite evolution / Marcus W. Feldman, Jochen Kumm, Jonathan Pritchard98
9The coalescent and microsatellite variability / Peter Donnelly116
10Estimating the age of mutations using variation at linked markers / David E. Reich, David B. Goldstein129
11Statistics of microsatellite loci: estimation of mutation rate and pattern of population expansion / Ranajit Chakraborty, Marek Kimmel139
12Using microsatellites to measure the fitness consequences of inbreeding and outbreeding [et al.] / J. M. Pemberton, D. W. Coltman, T. N. Coulson151
13Microsatellites in conservation genetics / Mark A. Beaumont, Michael W. Bruford165
14Microsatellites and the reconstruction of the history of human populations / Andres Ruiz Linares183
15Forensic applications of microsatellite markers / David Balding198
16Tracking linkage disequilibrium in admixed populations with MALD using microsatellite loci [et al.] / J. Claiborne Stephens, Michael W. Smith, Hyoung Doo Shin211
17Microsatellite markers in complex disease: mapping disease-associated regions within the human major histocompatibility complex [et al.] / Mary Carrington, Darlene Marti, Judy Wade225
18Microsatellites, a neutral marker to infer selective sweeps / Christian Schlotterer, Thomas Wiehe238
19Y chromosome microsatellite haplotypes and the history of Samoyed-speaking populations in north-west Siberia [et al.] / T. Karafet, L. P. Osipova, O. L. Posukh249
20Microsatellite analysis of human tumours / Darryl Shibata266

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