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STRSeq: A catalog of sequence diversity at human identification Short Tandem Repeat loci. / Gettings, Katherine Butler; Borsuk, Lisa A.; Ballard, David; Bodner, Martin; Budowle, Bruce; Devesse, Laurence; King, Jonathan; Parson, Walther; Phillips, Christopher; Vallone, Peter M.

In: Forensic Science International-Genetics, Vol. 31, 01.09.2017, p. 111-117.

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Gettings, KB, Borsuk, LA, Ballard, D, Bodner, M, Budowle, B, Devesse, L, King, J, Parson, W, Phillips, C & Vallone, PM 2017, 'STRSeq: A catalog of sequence diversity at human identification Short Tandem Repeat loci', Forensic Science International-Genetics, vol. 31, pp. 111-117. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fsigen.2017.08.017

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Gettings, K. B., Borsuk, L. A., Ballard, D., Bodner, M., Budowle, B., Devesse, L., King, J., Parson, W., Phillips, C., & Vallone, P. M. (2017). STRSeq: A catalog of sequence diversity at human identification Short Tandem Repeat loci. Forensic Science International-Genetics, 31, 111-117. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fsigen.2017.08.017

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Gettings KB, Borsuk LA, Ballard D, Bodner M, Budowle B, Devesse L et al. STRSeq: A catalog of sequence diversity at human identification Short Tandem Repeat loci. Forensic Science International-Genetics. 2017 Sep 1;31:111-117. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fsigen.2017.08.017

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Gettings, Katherine Butler ; Borsuk, Lisa A. ; Ballard, David ; Bodner, Martin ; Budowle, Bruce ; Devesse, Laurence ; King, Jonathan ; Parson, Walther ; Phillips, Christopher ; Vallone, Peter M. / STRSeq: A catalog of sequence diversity at human identification Short Tandem Repeat loci. In: Forensic Science International-Genetics. 2017 ; Vol. 31. pp. 111-117.

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abstract = "The STR Sequencing Project (STRSeq) was initiated to facilitate the description of sequence-based alleles at the Short Tandem Repeat (STR) loci targeted in human identification assays. This international collaborative effort, which has been endorsed by the ISFG DNA Commission, provides a framework for communication among laboratories. The initial data used to populate the project are the aggregate alleles observed in targeted sequencing studies across four laboratories: National Institute of Standards and Technology (N = 1786), Kings College London (N = 1043), University of North Texas Health Sciences Center (N = 839), and University of Santiago de Compostela (N = 944), for a total of 4612 individuals. STRSeq data are maintained as GenBank records at the U.S. National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), which participates in a daily data exchange with the DNA DataBank of Japan (DDBJ) and the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA). Each GenBank record contains the observed sequence of a STR region, annotation (“bracketing”) of the repeat region and flanking region polymorphisms, information regarding the sequencing assay and data quality, and backward compatible length-based allele designation. STRSeq GenBank records are organized within a BioProject at NCBI (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/380127), which is sub-divided into: commonly used autosomal STRs, alternate autosomal STRs, Y-chromosomal STRs, and X-chromosomal STRs. Each of these categories is further divided into locus-specific BioProjects. The BioProject hierarchy facilitates access to the GenBank records by browsing, BLAST searching, or ftp download. Future plans include user interface tools at strseq.nist.gov, a pathway for submission of additional allele records by laboratories performing population sample sequencing and interaction with the STRidER web portal for quality control (http://strider.online).",
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