- Mayans: a Y chromosome perspective
- Findings: overall, the Mayan populations as a group are highly homogeneous, basically made up of only two autochthonous haplogroups, Q1a2a1a1*-M3 and Q1a2a1*-L54. Although the Y-STR data illustrates diversity, this diversity, for the most part, ...
- Why Did Ancient Europeans Just Disappear 14500 Years Ago?
- "Basically all modern humans outside of Africa, from Europe to the tip of South America, they belong to these two super-haplogroups that are M or N," Posth said. Nowadays, everyone of European descent has the N mitochondrial haplotype, while the M ...
- The Real 'Gods of Egypt': Photos
- >A composite look at most YDNA studies done so far reveals that,out of a total of 459 males sampled from Ethiopia, approximately 58% of Y-chromosome haplotypes were found to belong to Haplogroup E, of which 71% (41% of total) were ...
- Spanish Conquest Echoed in Panamanian Genetics
- With a few regional exceptions, most populations in Panama exhibit a dominant influence from Old World populations, in particular western European haplogroups. Sub-Saharan input accounts for 5.
- Association of mtDNA M/N haplogroups with systemic lupus erythematosus: a case
- To investigate whether mitochondrial DNA haplogroups M or N are related to occurrence or manifestations of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), we collected M/N haplogrouping and clinical characteristics from 868 Han Chinese women with SLE, as well as ...
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