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Definition
- The product of the probabilities of inclusion calculated for each locus;
- The probability of inclusion at each locus estimates the probability that a randomly selected, unrelated individual is not excluded from being a source of the DNA mixture profile and is calculated as the square of the sum of the relative frequencies of the observed alleles at the locus;
Other names
It is sometimes referred to as Random Man Not Excluded (RMNE)
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