- •Haplotype diversities and mutation rates were calculated for 11 newly added Y-STRs.
- •We obtained 350 different haplotypes from 351 Korean father–son pairs.
- •Overall haplotype diversity was 0.9999 and discrimination capacity was 99.72%.
- •An average estimated mutation rate was 6.66 × 10−3.
- •Mutation was mostly occurred in 3 RM Y-STRs of DYS449, DYS576 and DYS627.
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