Genetic Consequences of the Transatlantic Slave Trade in the Americas

@article{Micheletti2020GeneticCO,
  title={Genetic Consequences of the Transatlantic Slave Trade in the Americas},
  author={Steven J Micheletti and K. Bryc and Samantha G Ancona Esselmann and William A. Freyman and M. E. Moreno and G. D. Poznik and A. J. Shastri and M. S. A. R. S. S. S. K. P. P. K. B. D. K. E. Y. A. K. Agee Aslibekyan Auton Bell Clark Das Elson Fletez- and M. Agee and S. Aslibekyan and A. Auton and R. Bell and S. Clark and S. Das and S. Elson and K. Fletez-Brant and P. Fontanillas and P. Gandhi and K. Heilbron and B. Hicks and D. Hinds and K. Huber and E. Jewett and Y. Jiang and A. Kleinman and K. Lin and N. Litterman and J. McCreight and M. McIntyre and K. McManus and S. Mozaffari and P. Nandakumar and L. Noblin and C. Northover and J. O'Connell and A. Petrakovitz and S. Pitts and J. Shelton and S. Shringarpure and C. Tian and J. Tung and R. Tunney and V. Vacic and X. Wang and A. Zare and S. Beleza and J. Mountain},
  journal={American Journal of Human Genetics},
  year={2020},
  volume={107},
  pages={265 - 277}
}
According to historical records of transatlantic slavery, traders forcibly deported an estimated 12.5 million people from ports along the Atlantic coastline of Africa between the 16th and 19th centuries, with global impacts reaching to the present day, more than a century and a half after slavery’s abolition. Such records have fueled a broad understanding of the forced migration from Africa to the Americas yet remain underexplored in concert with genetic data. Here, we analyzed genotype array… Expand

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