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Ancient Fennoscandian genomes reveal origin and spread of Siberian ancestry in Europe

bioRxiv

Mar 22, 2018

Thiseas C LamnidisStephan Schiffels

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European history has been shaped by migrations of people, and their subsequent admixture. Recently, evidence from ancient DNA has brought new insights into migration events that could be linked to the advent of agriculture, and possibly to the spread of Indo-European languages. However,...read more

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IDO1 gene
Genomics
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Programming Languages
Indomethacin
Migration, Cell
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Ancient Fennoscandian genomes reveal origin and spread of Siberian ancestry in Europe

bioRxiv

Mar 22, 2018

Thiseas C LamnidisStephan Schiffels

PMID: 990285437

DOI: 10.1101/285437

Abstract

European history has been shaped by migrations of people, and their subsequent admixture. Recently, evidence from ancient DNA has brought new insights into migration events that could be linked to the advent of agriculture, and possibly to the spread of Indo-European languages. However,...read more

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Genome
Indonesia Zebrafish
Ancient DNA
Persons
IDO1 gene
Genomics
Siberian Eskimo
Programming Languages
Indomethacin
Migration, Cell
92
1
2
22

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