A dual origin of Tibetans: evidence from mitochondrial genomes

Abstract

Substantial progress on how modern humans settled and adapted to the Tibetan Plateau has been achieved in the past few years. In particular, genetic evidence suggests that peopling the Plateau was attributed mainly to the neolithic immigration initiated from northern China ~7 kilo years ago (kya).1,2 Furthermore, a very small proportion of genetic… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/jhg.2015.40

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