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A longitudinal cline characterizes the genetic structure of human populations in the Tibetan plateau

PloS One

Apr 28, 2017

Choongwon JeongAnna Di Rienzo

Abstract

Indigenous populations of the Tibetan plateau have attracted much attention for their good performance at extreme high altitude. Most genetic studies of Tibetan adaptations have used genetic variation data at the genome scale, while genetic inferences about their demography and populati...read more

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Genetic Drift
EGLN1
Genome
Stratification
Genetic Analysis
Isolation Aspects
Acclimatization
Genetic Screening Method
CNOT8
IMC-11F8 monoclonal antibody
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A longitudinal cline characterizes the genetic structure of human populations in the Tibetan plateau

PloS One

Apr 28, 2017

Choongwon JeongAnna Di Rienzo

PMID: 28448508

DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0175885

Abstract

Indigenous populations of the Tibetan plateau have attracted much attention for their good performance at extreme high altitude. Most genetic studies of Tibetan adaptations have used genetic variation data at the genome scale, while genetic inferences about their demography and populati...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Genetic Drift
EGLN1
Genome
Stratification
Genetic Analysis
Isolation Aspects
Acclimatization
Genetic Screening Method
CNOT8
IMC-11F8 monoclonal antibody
4
22

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The Nuffield Department of Medicine

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