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A linguistically informed autosomal STR survey of human populations residing in the greater Himalayan region

PloS One

Mar 13, 2014

Thirsa KraaijenbrinkPeter de Knijff

Abstract

The greater Himalayan region demarcates two of the most prominent linguistic phyla in Asia: Tibeto-Burman and Indo-European. Previous genetic surveys, mainly using Y-chromosome polymorphisms and/or mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms suggested a substantially reduced geneflow between popula...read more

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A linguistically informed autosomal STR survey of human populations residing in the greater Himalayan region

PloS One

Mar 13, 2014

Thirsa KraaijenbrinkPeter de Knijff

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DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0091534

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