Contributor Atif Adnan (YC000340)

The contributor can be reached at
Department of Forensic Genetics
School of Forensic Medicine
China Medical University
No.77 Puhe Road
Shenyang North New Area Shenyang
Liaoning Province
P.R. China
  • The contributor has successfully passed the Quality Control Exercise on November 30, 2015 (QC certified by Ministry of Justice of P.R.China in 2014 and 2015).
  • Atif Adnan contributed 153 Haplotypes on September 25, 2018: National Database Pakistan, Metapopulation Eurasian - Indo-Iranian (for reference see Adnan A., Rakha A., Kasim K., Noor A., Nazir S., Hadi S. and Pang H. (2019), 'Genetic characterization of Y-chromosomal STRs in Hazara ethnic group of Pakistan and confirmation of DYS448 null allele', Int J Legal Med 133(3):789-93 [DOI] )
  • Atif Adnan contributed 257 Haplotypes on March 2, 2018: National Database China, Metapopulation East Asian - Korean (for reference see Xuan JF., Adnan A., Ali R., Xing JX., Yao J. and Wang BJ. (2018), 'Population genetics of 19 Y‐STR loci in Yanbian Korean samples from China', Annals of Human Genetics 83(3):134-140 [DOI] )
  • Atif Adnan contributed 260 Haplotypes on September 25, 2018: National Database Afghanistan, Metapopulation Eurasian - Indo-Iranian (for reference see Adnan A., Rakha A., Nazir S., Alghafri R., Hassan Q., Wang CC. and Lu J. (2021), ' Forensic features and genetic legacy of the Baloch population of Pakistan and the Hazara population across Durand-line revealed by Y chromosomal STRs ', Int J Legal Med 135:1777–84 [DOI] )
  • Atif Adnan contributed 879 Haplotypes on February 4, 2019: National Database China, Metapopulation East Asian - Sino-Tibetan - Chinese (Han) (for reference see Adnan A., Kasimu K., Rakha A., He G., Yang T., C C W., Lu J. and J F X. (2020), 'Comprehensive genetic structure analysis of Han population from Dalian City revealed by 20 Y-STRs', Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine 00:e1149 [DOI] )
  • Atif Adnan contributed 154 Haplotypes on February 4, 2019: National Database Pakistan, Metapopulation Eurasian - Indo-Iranian (for reference see Adnan A., Rakha A., Ameen F., Abdullah A., Almansob A., Wang CC., Lu J. and Xing J. (2020), 'Genetic structure and forensic characteristics of Saraiki population from Southern Punjab, Pakistan, revealed by 20 Y-chromosomal STRs', Int J Legal Med 134:977–979 [DOI] )
  • Atif Adnan contributed 270 Haplotypes on March 25, 2019: National Database China, Metapopulation East Asian - Sino-Tibetan - Chinese (Han) (for reference see Diao Y., AdnanA , Lin Q., Sun C. and Wang L. (2020), 'Genetic Characterization and Forensic importance of 20 Y-STRs in Han Population from Anshan, Northeast of China', Annals of Human Biology 47(5):478-82 [DOI] )
  • Atif Adnan contributed 239 Haplotypes on August 1, 2019: National Database Pakistan, Metapopulation Eurasian - Indo-Iranian (for reference see Adnan A., Rakha A., Nazir S., Alghafri R., Hassan Q., Wang CC. and Lu J. (2021), ' Forensic features and genetic legacy of the Baloch population of Pakistan and the Hazara population across Durand-line revealed by Y chromosomal STRs ', Int J Legal Med 135:1777–84 [DOI] )
  • Atif Adnan contributed 135 Haplotypes on August 1, 2019: National Database Pakistan, Metapopulation Eurasian - Indo-Iranian
  • Atif Adnan contributed 514 Haplotypes on June 3, 2020: National Database China, Metapopulation East Asian - Sino-Tibetan - Tibeto-Burman
  • Atif Adnan contributed 281 Haplotypes on February 4, 2019: National Database Pakistan, Metapopulation Eurasian - Indo-Iranian (for reference see Adnan A., Rakha A., Lazim H., Nazir S., Al-Qahtani WS., Alwaili MA., Hadi S. and Wang CC. (2022), 'Are Roma People Descended from the Punjab Region of Pakistan: A Y-Chromosomal Perspective', Genes 13:532 [Link] [DOI] )
  • Atif Adnan contributed 460 Haplotypes on January 3, 2020: National Database China, Metapopulation East Asian - Sino-Tibetan - Tibeto-Burman
  • Atif Adnan contributed 122 Haplotypes on August 1, 2019: National Database Pakistan, Metapopulation Eurasian - Indo-Iranian
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