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Ancient DNA from European early neolithic farmers reveals their near eastern affinities

PLoS Biology

Nov 19, 2010

Wolfgang HaakMembers of the Genographic Consortium

Abstract

In Europe, the Neolithic transition (8,000-4,000 B.C.) from hunting and gathering to agricultural communities was one of the most important demographic events since the initial peopling of Europe by anatomically modern humans in the Upper Paleolithic (40,000 B.C.). However, the nature a...read more

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Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction
Y Chromosome
Polymerase
Activated T Cell Autonomous Cell Death
DNA, Mitochondrial
Impacted Tooth
Genetic Analysis
Genetic Screening Method
Labor Migration
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Ancient DNA from European early neolithic farmers reveals their near eastern affinities

PLoS Biology

Nov 19, 2010

Wolfgang HaakMembers of the Genographic Consortium

PMID: 21085689

DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1000536

Abstract

In Europe, the Neolithic transition (8,000-4,000 B.C.) from hunting and gathering to agricultural communities was one of the most important demographic events since the initial peopling of Europe by anatomically modern humans in the Upper Paleolithic (40,000 B.C.). However, the nature a...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Genetic Drift
Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction
Y Chromosome
Polymerase
Activated T Cell Autonomous Cell Death
DNA, Mitochondrial
Impacted Tooth
Genetic Analysis
Genetic Screening Method
Labor Migration
5
3
3
440
12

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