Gustavo Nunes de Oliveira Costa

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The authors appreciate the comments of Moura et al1 in their letter and agree that when the markers are available, Amerindian genotypes probably better serve as a pseudoancestor group for the Brazilian population than the Chinese when this is the only comparison or consideration to be made. We further agree that in some, but not all instances, use of a Han(More)
The degree of admixture in Brazil between historically isolated populations is complex and geographically variable. Studies differ as to what the genetic and phenotypic consequences of this mixing have been. In Northeastern Brazil, we enrolled 522 residents of Salvador and 620 of Fortaleza whose distributions of self-declared color were comparable to those(More)
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