2 January 2006: It is replaced by the database described in All enquiries should be directed to the FBI or to Dr John Dawson, JLD1@cam.ac.uk.
It is replaced by the database described in
All enquiries should be directed to the FBI or to Dr John Dawson, JLD1@cam.ac.uk.
The Concordance of Nucleotide Substitutions in the Human mtDNA Control Region is compiled from nucleotide sequence data available in the public domain or supplied by accredited forensic laboratories world-wide. Every attempt has been made by the editors to ensure the accuracy of the data provided herein.
However, many inaccuracies and inconsistencies exist in the literature reporting population-based variation in the human mtDNA control region. It is possible that errors still remain (see Errata and Changes).
The editors do not accept responsibility or legal liability for the accuracy of reported nucleotide sequences. If errors in the Concordance are observed, we would appreciate your bringing them to our attention for correction in a subsequent version.
We apologise for the size of some of the Concordance files; splitting them up still further would only have made them less useful. Because of the layout and colours needed to display the Concordance, these pages need to be viewed with up-to-date browsers such as Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer. Such browsers are readily available (often free of charge). For most efficient display, your browser window should be made as wide as possible. To save space, some information is abbreviated in the output. See abbreviations.
Storage space for these World Wide Web files is provided by the Department of Biological Anthropology of the University of Cambridge. Thanks are due to the Head of Department, Dr C.G.N. Mascie-Taylor, and to the Chief Technician, David Jordan, for their assistance.
The collection and preparation of the data owe much to the enthusiasm, dedication, and accuracy of Beatrix Bown. Rosemary Alliston-Greiner checked a lot of data and also provided technical comments about the layout of the Concordance. Thanks are due to them, and to Rosemary Rodd, Douglas de Lacey, and Andrew Cox for many helpful comments.
Permission to use the Database and Concordance for research, and to cite portions of the data in results, is freely given provided that suitable acknowledgement is made
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