Estimating the impact of prehistoric admixture on the genome of Europeans.

@article{Dupanloup2004EstimatingTI,
  title={Estimating the impact of prehistoric admixture on the genome of Europeans.},
  author={I. Dupanloup and G. Bertorelle and L. Chikhi and G. Barbujani},
  journal={Molecular biology and evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={21 7},
  pages={
          1361-72
        }
}
We inferred past admixture processes in the European population from genetic diversity at eight loci, including autosomal, mitochondrial and Y-linked polymorphisms. Admixture coefficients were estimated from multilocus data, assuming that most current populations can be regarded as the result of a hybridization process among four or less potential parental populations. Two main components are apparent in the Europeans' genome, presumably corresponding to the contributions of the first… Expand
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