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Haplogroup j2 m172

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The complete mitogenome of a 500-year-old Inca child mummy
After querying a large worldwide database of mitogenomes (>28,000) we found that the Inca haplotype belonged to a branch of haplogroup C1b (C1bi) that has not yet been identified in modern Native Americans. The expansion of C1b into the Americas, ...
Uncovering the sources of DNA found on the Turin Shroud
Regarding human mitogenome lineages, our analyses detected sequences from multiple subjects of different ethnic origins, which clustered into a number of Western Eurasian haplogroups, including some known to be typical of Western Europe, the Near ...
The relationship between surname frequency and Y chromosome variation in Spain
الأمازيغية وبناء الذات المغربية
ما زالت كتب التاريخ، في المغرب، تتحدث للتلميذ المغربي عن الفترة الفينيقية والرومانية والوندالية والبيزنطية والأموية والعثمانية. وكأنها تريد، وفعلا تنجح، في أن تقنعه بأن التأريخ للمغرب هو غير التأريخ لسكانه عبر العصور! إن هذه المقاربة الغيرية لوجود المغاربة ...
Hindu Survival and Buddhist Disappearance During Medieval India
No less a person than Mahatma Gandhi once estimated that nearly a quarter of Hindus had converted to Islam over the past on thousand years. How true is this statement ? Hinduism has been associated with the Indian subcontinent since time immemorial.

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