Biyocoğrafik Soy Tahmini ve Adli Bilimlerde Kullanımı
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Biyocoğrafik soy
SNP
adli genetik

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Bülbül Özlem, Filoğlu G. Biyocoğrafik Soy Tahmini ve Adli Bilimlerde Kullanımı. Bull Leg Med [Internet]. 13 Ekim 2019 [a.yer 21 Kasım 2019];24(2):131-40. Erişim adresi: https://www.adlitipbulteni.com/atb/article/view/1251

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Adli bilimlerde SNP (Single nucleotide polymorphism, tek nükleotid polimorfizm) markırları kimliklendirmede, fenotip belirlemede, nesep ve soy tayininde kullanılmaktadır. Biyocoğrafik soy tahmininde farklı coğrafik bölgelerde bulunan popülasyonlar arasındaki farklılıkları gösteren soy SNP markırları (AISNPs, Ancestry Informative SNP Markers) kullanılmaktadır. AISNP markırları ile bir kişinin biyocoğrafik orijini ve her biyocoğrafik bölgeden alınan genetik soy yüzdesi tespit edilebilir. Bu bilgiler adli bilimlerde bilinmeyen bir şüphelinin, felaket kurbanlarının veya kayıp kişilerin kimliklendirilmesinde kullanılabilir. Bu makalede biyocoğrafik soy kavramı, biyocoğrafik soy tahmininde kullanılan AISNPs panelleri, uygulama yöntemleri, kullanılan istatistiksel yöntemler ve güncel adli uygulamalar tartışılmıştır.

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