Exclusion probabilities of 22 bovine microsatellite markers in fluorescent multiplexes for semiautomated parentage testing

D. W. Heyen, J. E. Beever, Y. Da, R. E. Evert, C. Green, S. R.E. Bates, J. S. Ziegle, H. A. Lewin

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Abstract

Six multiplexes developed for semiautomated fluorescence genotyping were evaluated for parentage testing. These multiplexes contained primer pairs for the amplification of 22 microsatellites on 17 bovine autosomes. Exclusion probabilities were determined from genotypes of 1022 Holstein cattle and 311 beef cattle belonging to five breeds. Two cases were considered: case 1, genotypes are known for an alleged parent and an offspring but genotypes of a confirmed parent are unknown; and case 2, genotypes are known for an alleged parent, a confirmed parent and an offspring. If the alleged parent is not the true parent, then the 22 markers will exclude the alleged parent with a probability of >0.9986 for case 1 and with a probability of >0.99999 for case 2. On the basis of these exclusion probabilities, the probability that an alleged parent will be falsely included as a parent is in the range of 1/716 to 1/2845 for case 1 and 1/1.2 million to 1/159753 for case 2. In addition to these results, a rapid anti efficient non-organic method for extraction of DNA from semen is described.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)21-27
Number of pages7
JournalAnimal Genetics
Volume28
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 1997

Keywords

  • exclusion probability
  • microsatellite
  • multiplexes
  • parentage testing

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