Alu insertions in the Iberian Peninsula and north west Africa--genetic boundaries or melting pot?

@article{GonzlezPrez2003AluII,
  title={Alu insertions in the Iberian Peninsula and north west Africa--genetic boundaries or melting pot?},
  author={Emili Gonz{\'a}lez-P{\'e}rez and Marc Via and Esther Esteban and Antoni L{\'o}pez-Alomar and St{\'e}phane Mazi{\`e}res and Nourdin Harich and Mostafa Kandil and Jean Michel Dugoujon and Pedro Moral},
  journal={Collegium antropologicum},
  year={2003},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={491-500}
}
The Western Mediterranean Basin joins a set of ethnically different populations as Iberians and Basques in the North shore and Berbers and Arab-speakers in the South one. In spite of this differentiation, they have maintained historical contacts since ancient times. The existence of a possible common genetic background (specially for Berbers and Iberians) together with the genetic impact of the Islamic occupation of the Iberian Peninsula during 7 centuries are some of the intriguing… CONTINUE READING

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