Microsatellite genotyping errors: detection approaches, common sources and consequences for paternal exclusion

Hoffman J, Amos W (2005)
Molecular Ecology 14(2): 599-612.

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Hoffman J, Amos W. Microsatellite genotyping errors: detection approaches, common sources and consequences for paternal exclusion. Molecular Ecology. 2005;14(2):599-612.
Hoffman, J., & Amos, W. (2005). Microsatellite genotyping errors: detection approaches, common sources and consequences for paternal exclusion. Molecular Ecology, 14(2), 599-612.
Hoffman, J., and Amos, W. (2005). Microsatellite genotyping errors: detection approaches, common sources and consequences for paternal exclusion. Molecular Ecology 14, 599-612.
Hoffman, J., & Amos, W., 2005. Microsatellite genotyping errors: detection approaches, common sources and consequences for paternal exclusion. Molecular Ecology, 14(2), p 599-612.
J. Hoffman and W. Amos, “Microsatellite genotyping errors: detection approaches, common sources and consequences for paternal exclusion”, Molecular Ecology, vol. 14, 2005, pp. 599-612.
Hoffman, J., Amos, W.: Microsatellite genotyping errors: detection approaches, common sources and consequences for paternal exclusion. Molecular Ecology. 14, 599-612 (2005).
Hoffman, Joseph, and Amos, W. “Microsatellite genotyping errors: detection approaches, common sources and consequences for paternal exclusion”. Molecular Ecology 14.2 (2005): 599-612.
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