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A general program for estimation of haplotype frequencies from population diploid data.

The program which is written in FORTRAN estimates haplotype frequencies in two-locus and three-locus genetic systems from population diploid data. It is based on the gene counting method which leads to maximum likelihood estimates, and can be used whenever the possible antigens (one or more) on each chromosome can be specified for each person and for each locus, i.e., ABO-like systems and inclusions are permitted. The number of alleles per locus may be rather large, and both grouped and ungrouped data can be used. Log likelihoods are calculated on the basis of various assumptions, so that likelihood ratio tests can be carried out.[1]


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