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Int. Journal of Life Sciences, 2019; 7(1): 61-69      |                   Available online, March 28, 2019

Genomic diversity in Madhya Pradesh, India: Genetic relationship among three ethnic populations from Madhya Pradesh based on STR polymorphism

 

Chaudhary Ruchira1 and  Batav Nitin2

 

1Department of Zoology, Sarojini Naidu Government Girls P.G. College, Bhopal (M.P), India

2Department of Zoology, Government, Motilal Vigyan Mahavidyalay, Bhopal (M.P), India

 

 

Received : 14.01.2019   |   Accepted : 01.02.2019    |   Published : 28.03.2019

Genomic diversity based on 4 STR loci, CSF1P0, TPOX , TH01 and FGA is studied in Gond, Bhil and Brahmin populations of the Madhya Pradesh, India. The 161 blood samples analysed for the present study. For this study samples was collected from Betul (Gond), Bhil and Brahmin (Neemach and Mandsaur).  The population wise average Ho/He ratioat four STR loci amongst the three studied population was calculated as 0.979 for Gond, 1.016 for Bhil and 1.029 for Brahmin population of Madhya Pradesh. All loci fall under Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium except TPOX. These STR loci were highly informative and discriminating with Power of discrimination values of all tested loci was above 80%. Highest PD values were obtained by FGA locus in all studied populations about 95%.

 

Keywords: CSF1P0, TPOX, TH01, FGA and Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.

 

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Chaudhary Ruchira and  Batav Nitin (2019) Genomic diversity in Madhya Pradesh, India: Genetic relationship among three ethnic populations from Madhya Pradesh based on STR polymorphism, Int. J. of. Life Sciences, Volume 7(1): 61-69. 

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Acknowledgements

Authors are thankful to Director and Dr. Pankaj Shrivastava State Forensic Science Laboratory, Sagour, MP, India for providing genotyping facility. Authors also thankful for all subjects who gave blood samples for this study.

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Conflicts of interest: The authors stated that no conflicts of interest.

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