- •We present mitochondrial DNA population data for South East Turkey, which is underrepresented in the forensic literature.
- •The sequences were analyzed according to the highest quality standard in forensic genetics.
- •The population data will be uploaded onto EMPOP upon publication of the data (EMP00670).
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