Characterization of simple sequence repeat variants linked to candidate genes for behavioral phenotypes
Simple sequence repeats (SSRs) have traditionally been used as markers in gene mapping studies and typing for forensic purposes. Recently there has been some speculation that this type of genetic variation also plays a more direct role in influencing gene expression and hence complex phenotypic outcomes such as human behavior. For this reason it is interesting to investigate SSRs linked to candidate genes for various complex phenotypes. An economical multiplex PCR-based assay was designed to...[Show more]
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