Autosomal recessive diseases among the Athabaskans of the southwestern United States: recent advances and implications for the future.

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Genetic and linguistic data suggest that the Na-Dene, of which the Athabaskans are the largest group, are part of a later immigration into the Americas than the first Amerind immigration. Whether a second and third immigration can be separated seems unlikely but continued cross-Bering Strait exchanges may have masked what was a greater separation in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ajmg.a.33052

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@article{Erickson2009AutosomalRD, title={Autosomal recessive diseases among the Athabaskans of the southwestern United States: recent advances and implications for the future.}, author={Robert P. Erickson}, journal={American journal of medical genetics. Part A}, year={2009}, volume={149A 11}, pages={2602-11} }