MM-DIST is a computer program that calculates probability distributions for how many loci individuals in a population will differ by. For example, the graph below shows the probability of two individuals differing (mismatching) by 0 to 10 loci for unrelated individuals (solid line) and full siblings (dashed line) in a population of bighorn sheep.
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Kalinowski ST, M Sawaya, ML Taper (2006)
Individual identification and distributions of genotypic differences.
Journal of Wildlife Management 70:148-150.