A population genetics perspective of the Indus Valley through uniparentally-inherited markers

@article{McElreavey2005APG,
  title={A population genetics perspective of the Indus Valley through uniparentally-inherited markers},
  author={K. McElreavey and L. Quintana-Murci},
  journal={Annals of Human Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={32},
  pages={154 - 162}
}
Analysis of mtDNA and Y-chromosome variation in the Indo-Gangetic plains shows that it was a region where genetic components of different geographical origins (from west, east and south) met. The genetic architecture of the populations now living in the area comprise genetic components dating back to different time-periods during the Palaeolithic and the Neolithic. mtDNA data analysis has demonstrated a number of deep-rooting lineages of Pleistocene origin that may be witness to the arrival of… Expand
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