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HAPMAPPT04 96 WELL PLATE OF DNA SAMPLES

Description: INTERNATIONAL HAPMAP PROJECT - YORUBA IN IBADAN, NIGERIA (II)

Aliquot Size: 50 µg each

Sex: Males: 47 Females: 43

Brief Description: The HAPMAPPT04 plate, from the Yoruba in Ibadan, Nigeria includes a set of 28 trios, 2 duos, and 2 singletons with 90 samples. In addition, there are 5 duplicated samples and 1 buffer control. The concentration of each DNA sample to be plated is normalized and then this concentration is verified. The DNA concentration is 250 ng/µl and there are 50 µg of DNA per well. Once all samples are in place, a DNA fingerprint is determined for each sample to verify the identity on the plate. The specific position on the plates has been optimized by NHGRI to reduce any possible errors in sample identity during the genotyping process. The positions of the 5 duplicated samples and 1 buffer control are indicated by gray shading.
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