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Table 2 Development of microsatellite allele frequencies from 2004 to 2014

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

STRa Repeat number Allele (bp) f(2014) b t-valuec t-valued
BM1824 17 188 0.446 10.99 8.73
12 178 0.223 5.25 3.85
ETH3 28 129 0.301 17.38 15.05
ETH10 14 209 0.059 12.9 11.62
22 225 0.138 6.97 5.62
ETH225 24 150 0.329 5.57 3.68
INRA023 19 210 0.267 8.67 7.23
SPS115 22 250 0.002 5.86 5.28
TGLA53 21 158 0.113 15.07 13.31
34 184 0.044 8.42 3.47
TGLA122 26 161 0.112 7.79 6.72
TGLA126 17 115 0.681 13.45 9.65
TGLA227 18 89 0.264 10.75 9.23
BM1824 13 180 0.169 −7.34 −5.58
14 182 0.145 −12.17 −9.65
BM2113 20 137 0.066 −7.04 −5.38
ETH3 22 117 0.443 −5.04 −3.95
24 121 0.009 −5.43 −4.29
27 127 0.104 −6.16 −4.89
ETH10 16 213 0.056 −7.53 −5.96
19 219 0.397 −6.50 −4.94
21 223 0.047 −6.45 −5.07
ETH225 19 140 0.135 −5.36 −3.93
25 152 0.052 −10.18 −8.16
INRA023 18 208 0.053 −6.37 −5.04
TGLA53 30 176 0.111 −5.84 −4.10
35 186 0.069 −8.65 −3.56
TGLA122 15 139 0.001 −7.16 −6.14
17 143 0.252 −7.35 −5.23
31 171 0.034 −6.37 −4.92
TGLA126 20 121 0.051 −10.84 −8.57
21 123 0.058 −7.85 −6.14
TGLA227 14 81 0.092 −7.68 −5.78
15 83 0.069 −7.83 −6.06
22 97 0.231 −9.57 −7.62
  1. a STR short tandem repeat, b f (2014) Allele frequency at the end of 2014. c0-hypothesis: slope = 0; dvs expected maximal random change