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Haplotracker: DOI: 10.1101/2020.04.23.057646

PhyloTree Build 17: https://www.phylotree.org/

HaploGrep 2: https://haplogrep.i-med.ac.at/

EMPOP: https://empop.online/

MitoTool: http://www.mitotool.org/index.html

HelixMTdb: Alexandre Bolze, Fernando Mendez, Simon White, Francisco Tanudjaja, Magnus Isaksson, Misha Rashkin, Johnathan Bowes, Elizabeth T. Cirulli, William J. Metcalf, Joseph J. Grzymski, William Lee, James T. Lu, Nicole L. Washington (2019) Selective constraints and pathogenicity of mitochondrial DNA variants inferred from a novel database of 196,554 unrelated individuals. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/798264.

 

 

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