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Table 2 Different allele types that can be determined with GTM relative to the number of parents with genotype information

From: GenoTypeMapper: graphical genotyping on genetic and sequence-based maps

Parenta IOIb CASEc CASE-description
P1 P2 P3 P4
A A 1_1 IOI—allele was derived from parent P1
T A 1_2 IOI—allele was derived from parent P2
N f N 1_3 Analysis failed because of failed genotypic data
N H 1_4 Allele in IOI is heterozygous
H N 1_5 Allele in parent P1 is heterozygous
N H N 2_6 Allele in parent P2 is heterozygous
T T A A 3_7 IOI—allele was derived from parent P3
N N H N 3_8 Allele in recurrent parent P3 is heterozygous
A T T T 3_9 IOI—allele was derived from parent P2 or P3
T A T T 3_10 IOI—allele was derived from parent P1 or P3
N N N H N 4_11 Allele in parent P4 is heterozygous
  1. aN = (A, G, T, C), whereas H = (M, R, K, W, S, Y, K) nucleotide ambiguity code.
  2. bIOI = individual of interest.
  3. cCases are coded with two numbers and separated by a baseline (x_y), that represents the number of analysed parents (x) and case_types (y). Each case_type is mentioned only once, but case types determined with fewer parents can also be detected with more parents. For more detailed information see the text and Fig. 1.
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