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Tracing the route of modern humans out of Africa by using 225 human genome sequences from Ethiopians and Egyptians

American Journal of Human Genetics

Jun 2, 2015

Luca PaganiChris Tyler-Smith

Abstract

The predominantly African origin of all modern human populations is well established, but the route taken out of Africa is still unclear. Two alternative routes, via Egypt and Sinai or across the Bab el Mandeb strait into Arabia, have traditionally been proposed as feasible gateways in ...read more

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Cherokees of Northeast Alabama Race
African Continental Ancestry Group
History, Ancient
Genetic Research
Egyptians
Carpodacus synoicus
West (Direction)
Human Migration
Human Geography
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Tracing the route of modern humans out of Africa by using 225 human genome sequences from Ethiopians and Egyptians

American Journal of Human Genetics

Jun 2, 2015

Luca PaganiChris Tyler-Smith

PMID: 26027499

DOI: 10.1016/j.ajhg.2015.04.019

Abstract

The predominantly African origin of all modern human populations is well established, but the route taken out of Africa is still unclear. Two alternative routes, via Egypt and Sinai or across the Bab el Mandeb strait into Arabia, have traditionally been proposed as feasible gateways in ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Genome
Cherokees of Northeast Alabama Race
African Continental Ancestry Group
History, Ancient
Genetic Research
Egyptians
Carpodacus synoicus
West (Direction)
Human Migration
Human Geography
169
17
22
242
1

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Genetic Speciation

Speciation depends on the genetic evolution of reproductive barriers that allow populations to diverge from each other. Discover the latest research on Genetic Speciation here.

Comparative Sequencing

Inter/Intra-Species: Comparative Sequencing describes the sequencing techniques that compare between and within species genomes. Discover the latest research on comparative sequencing of inter/intra-species here.

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Molecular Biology and Evolution

Recombination gives a new insight in the effective population size and the history of the old world human populations

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Mitochondrial DNA structure in the Arabian Peninsula

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Paper Details
References
  • References25
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