Antiquity, geographic contiguity and genetic affinity among Tibeto-Burman populations of India: a microsatellite study.

@article{Krithika2006AntiquityGC,
  title={Antiquity, geographic contiguity and genetic affinity among Tibeto-Burman populations of India: a microsatellite study.},
  author={S. Krithika and Rajni Trivedi and Vijendra Kumar Kashyap and Premananda Bharati and T. S. Vasulu},
  journal={Annals of human biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={26-42}
}
BACKGROUND The Tibeto-Burman (TB) populations are one of the four major linguistic population groups of India. They are considered belonging to different stocks and show wide variation in culture and language; however, their genetic relationship, antiquity and migration history among the regional populations has been little investigated. Molecular genetic studies are expected to clearly show the antiquity and genetic diversity of these populations. AIM This paper seeks to understand the… CONTINUE READING

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