Answer to Question #12652 in Biochemistry for G Mills
difficulty to predict all possible variants when two patients have the same SNP
you can chose one of combination for each allele in SNP which would be the same
for two patients. Then, you need to calculate a probability 2 random patients
would have identical SNP alleles for all 16 SNPs using the following
Firstly, you need to multiply the probabilities of each of 16
alleles for each patient independently (keeping in mind that the allele pairs
should be the same for both patients).
Secondly, two possibilities
obtained from the first step for each of patients are added. Final number must
be your answer.
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