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Table 1 Microsatellites alleles (bp) detected in the Holstein Friesian population

From: Recent development of allele frequencies and exclusion probabilities of microsatellites used for parentage control in the German Holstein Friesian cattle population

  Microsatellite allele (bp)a
Repeat number 1b 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
9            71  
10   174 d      192      
11        194     75  
12   178 121     196    105 77  
13 256 c 180 123     198    107 79  
14 258 182 125   209   200   137 109 81  
15 260 184 127 103 211   202   139 111 83  
16 262 186 129   213   204   141 113 85  
17 264 188 131   215   206 240 143 115 87 150
18 266 190 133 109 217   208   145 117 89 152
19 268   135   219 140 210 244 147 119 91 154
20 270   137   221 142 212 246 149 121 93 156
21 272   139 115 223 144 214 248 151 123 95 158
22    141 117 225 146 216 250 153 125 97 160
23    143 119   148 218 252 155   99 162
24     121   150 220 254 157   101 164
25 280    123   152 222 256 159   103 166
26     125   154   258 161    168
27     127   156   260 163    170
28     129   158   262 165    172
29     131   160    167    174
30          169    176
31          171    178
32          173    180
33          175    182
34          177    184
35          179    186
36          181    188
37          183    190
38          185    192
39             
40             196
  1. aAllele sizes are standardized according animal No. 13 of the ISAG cattle comparison test 2005. b1: BM1818, 2: BM1824, 3: BM2113, 4: ETH3, 5: ETH10, 6: ETH225, 7: INRA023, 8: SPS115, 9: TGLA122, 10: TGLA126, 11: TGLA227, 12: TGLA53. cAlleles that have been described, but are not present in the HF population are shown in bold. dAlleles that have not been described, but are present in the HF population are italicized