Frequencies of Y Chromosome Binary Haplogroups in Belarussians

@article{Kharkov2005FrequenciesOY,
  title={Frequencies of Y Chromosome Binary Haplogroups in Belarussians},
  author={Vladimir Kharkov and Vadim A. Stepanov and Sergei Feshchenko and Svetlana A Borinskaya and Nikolai Kazimirovich Yankovsky and V. P. Puzyrev},
  journal={Russian Journal of Genetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={41},
  pages={928-931}
}
The compositions and frequencies of Y-chromosome haplogroups identified by genotyping 23 biallelic loci of its nonrecombining region (YAP, 92R7, DYF155S2, 12f2, Tat, M9, M17, M25, M89, M124, M130, M170, M172, M174, M173, M178, M201, M207, M242, M269, P21, P25, and P37) have been determined in a sample of 68 Belarussians. Eleven haplogroups have been found in the Belarussian gene pool (E, F*, G, I, I1b, J2, N3a*, Q*, R1*, R1a1, and R1b3). Haplogroup R1a1 is the most frequent; it includes 46% of… Expand

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