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How are SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms) used in genotyping? SNPs are useful as molecular tags (markers) for mapping SNPs cannot be the causal mutation for a phenotypic variation a set of neighboring SNPs is called a haplotype and is unique to every person, two people cannot have the same haplotype Every SNP is different and unique to every person, two people cannot have the same SNP at the same locus

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