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FaMoz a software for parentage studies for codominant and dominant markers

Abstract : FAMOZ (an acronym for father/mother) is a software useful in reconstructing parentage for dominant, codominant markers. It is written in C and TclTk languages and is available to be downloaded for Unix, Linux and Windows systems. Parameters and assumptions used in the calculations are few and simple. Exclusion and identity probabilities, log-likelihoods of potential father and parent or parent pair are calculated based on real or simulated data. Error rates for genotypic mistyping can be introduced. Simulations can be done to build statistical tests for parentage assignment.
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Sophie Gerber, Patrick Chabrier, Antoine Kremer, Thierry Labbé. FaMoz a software for parentage studies for codominant and dominant markers. 2013. ⟨hal-02806496⟩

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