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Population data of 15 autosomal STR loci in Chinese Han population from Jiangsu Province, Eastern China

      Jiangsu, which was known earlier by the Romanized name of Kiangsu, is located eastern China with a coastline of over 1000 km along the Yellow Sea (Fig. S1). Benefitting from the construction of the Grand Canal, it has become one of China’s most important economic and commercial centers since the Sui and Tang dynasties [
      • Mark M.L.
      • Savige G.
      • Wattanapenpaiboon N.
      Cuisine and health: a new initiative for science and technology ‘The Zhejiang Report’ from Hangzhou.
      ]. It neighbors Shandong in the north, Anhui in the West, and Shanghai and Zhejiang in the South, with an estimated population of approximately 79.60 million in 2014 (www.stats.gov.cn). The population is composed mostly of Han Chinese (99.5%) with minorities of Hui, Manchus, Mongols, Miao, and Yi.
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