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Table 1 STR analysis of patient and her parents

From: Isochromosome 13 in a patient with childhood-onset schizophrenia, ADHD, and motor tic disorder

Marker Position Subject Genotype Inheritance
D13S175 1,653,855 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, P
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 3/4  
D13S171 14,064,951 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, M or P
   Father 1/1  
   Mother 1/2  
D13S218 19,831,225 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, M or P
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 1/1  
D13S155 34,882,886 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, M or P
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 1/3  
D13S176 41,205,385 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, P
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 1/3  
D13S71 75,575,535 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, P
   Father 1/1  
   Mother 2/2  
D13S154 76,860,260 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, P
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 3/4  
D13S174 102,954,076 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, M or P
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 1/3  
D13S1809 106,132,754 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, P
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 2/3  
D13S173 107,806,947 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, M or P
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 1/1  
D13S1265 109,328,688 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, P
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 2/3  
D13S1295 113,094,472 Patient 1/1 Homozygous, M or P
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 1/1  
D21S270   Patient 1/2  
   Father 1/2  
   Mother 2/3  
  1. Chromosome 13 and 21 markers, along with position on chromosome (ensembl.org). Alleles were assigned arbitrary numbers, and genotype information is given for the patient and parents. Inheritance patterns have been determined. P indicates paternal inheritance and M indicates maternal inheritance. Bolded inheritance patterns demonstrate the expression of a single paternal allele and no maternal alleles in the patient, when the father is heterozygous.