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The genomic landscape of Nepalese Tibeto-Burmans reveals new insights into the recent peopling of Southern Himalayas

Scientific Reports

Nov 16, 2017

Guido A Gnecchi-RusconeMarco Sazzini

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While much research attention has focused on demographic processes that enabled human diffusion on the Tibetan plateau, little is known about more recent colonization of Southern Himalayas. In particular, the history of migrations, admixture and/or isolation of populations speaking Tibe...read more

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The genomic landscape of Nepalese Tibeto-Burmans reveals new insights into the recent peopling of Southern Himalayas

Scientific Reports

Nov 16, 2017

Guido A Gnecchi-RusconeMarco Sazzini

PMID: 29138459

DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-15862-z

Abstract

While much research attention has focused on demographic processes that enabled human diffusion on the Tibetan plateau, little is known about more recent colonization of Southern Himalayas. In particular, the history of migrations, admixture and/or isolation of populations speaking Tibe...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

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Genome
Genes
Isolation Aspects
Indonesia Zebrafish
Arcuate Sulcus
Persons
Sherpa
IDO1 gene
Genomics
3
1
14

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