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" Assuming Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, SNPs with minor allelic frequency between 0.4 and 0.5 would be found homozygous in two people 23% to 25% of the time for both alleles. The probability of both donor and recipient having a different allele is therefore 11.5% to 12.5% using accepted estimation models for calculation of exclusion probabilities" This is from an article I'm reading. I do not follow how they got their number. Can someone explain? Thanks!

**20**• written 4.6 years ago by waynestatetutor •

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It would probably be helpful if you link the paper in question.

27k• written 4.6 years ago by h.mon ♦30k