137 ancient human genomes from across the Eurasian steppes

@article{Damgaard2018137AH,
  title={137 ancient human genomes from across the Eurasian steppes},
  author={P. Damgaard and Nina Marchi and S. Rasmussen and M. Peyrot and G. Renaud and T. Korneliussen and J. V. Moreno-Mayar and M. Pedersen and Amy Goldberg and E. Usmanova and N. Baimukhanov and V. Loman and L. Hedeager and A. G. Pedersen and Kasper Nielsen and G. Afanasiev and K. Akmatov and A. Aldashev and Ashyk Alpaslan and G. Baimbetov and V. I. Bazaliiskii and A. Beisenov and B. Boldbaatar and Bazartseren Boldgiv and C. Dorzhu and Sturla Ellingv{\aa}g and D. Erdenebaatar and R. Dajani and E. Dmitriev and V. Evdokimov and K. Frei and A. Gromov and A. Goryachev and H. Hakonarson and T. Hegay and Z. Khachatryan and Ruslan Khaskhanov and E. Kitov and A. Kolbina and Tabaldiev Kubatbek and A. Kukushkin and I. Kukushkin and Nina Lau and A. Margaryan and Inga Merkytė and I. V. Mertz and Viktor K. Mertz and E. Mijiddorj and Vyacheslav Moiyesev and G. Mukhtarova and B. Nurmukhanbetov and Z. Orozbekova and I. Panyushkina and K. Pieta and V. Smr{\vc}ka and I. Shevnina and A. Logvin and K. Sj{\"o}gren and T. {\vS}tolcov{\'a} and Angela M. Taravella and K. Tashbaeva and A. Tkachev and T. Tulegenov and D. Voyakin and L. Yepiskoposyan and Sainbileg Undrakhbold and Victor Varfolomeev and Andrzej Weber and Melissa A. Wilson Sayres and N. Kradin and M. Allentoft and L. Orlando and R. Nielsen and M. Sikora and E. Heyer and K. Kristiansen and E. Willerslev},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2018},
  volume={557},
  pages={369-374}
}
For thousands of years the Eurasian steppes have been a centre of human migrations and cultural change. Here we sequence the genomes of 137 ancient humans (about 1× average coverage), covering a period of 4,000 years, to understand the population history of the Eurasian steppes after the Bronze Age migrations. We find that the genetics of the Scythian groups that dominated the Eurasian steppes throughout the Iron Age were highly structured, with diverse origins comprising Late Bronze Age… Expand
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