Different population histories of the Mundari- and Mon-Khmer-speaking Austro-Asiatic tribes inferred from the mtDNA 9-bp deletion/insertion polymorphism in Indian populations

@article{Thangaraj2005DifferentPH,
  title={Different population histories of the Mundari- and Mon-Khmer-speaking Austro-Asiatic tribes inferred from the mtDNA 9-bp deletion/insertion polymorphism in Indian populations},
  author={Kumarasamy Thangaraj and Vempati Sridhar and Toomas Kivisild and Alla Govardhan Reddy and Gyaneshwer Chaubey and Vijay Kumar Singh and Suminder Kaur and Pooja Agarawal and Amit S. Rai and Jalaj Gupta and Chandana Basu Mallick and Niraj Kumar and Thrimulaisamy P. Velavan and Rajanbabu Suganthan and Divi Udaykumar and Rashmi Kumar and Rachana Mishra and Arif Akram Khan and Chitikineni Annapurna and Lalji Singh},
  journal={Human Genetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={119},
  pages={223-224}
}
1. In the ‘Electronic database information’ heading in the third line on page 515, ‘‘for mtDNA HVS-I, accession numbers AY255133–AY255180’’ should be ‘‘for mtDNA HVS-I, accession numbers AY368704– AY368863’’. 2. In Table 2 on page 511, the HVS-I motif of haplotype H3 ‘‘223-156-274-320-360’’ should be ‘‘223-256-274320-360’’. 3. The 22 Nicobarese of B5a1 haplogroup in Figure 3 on page 515 should have the additional mutation 13145 along with 11881 and 13395 (fig. 1). Our reanalysis did not exhibit… CONTINUE READING

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