Genetic substructure and admixture of Mongolians and Kazakhs inferred from genome-wide array genotyping

@article{Zhao2020GeneticSA,
  title={Genetic substructure and admixture of Mongolians and Kazakhs inferred from genome-wide array genotyping},
  author={Jing Zhao and Wurigemule Wurigemule and Jin Sun and Ziyang Xia and Guanglin He and Xiaomin Yang and Jianxin Guo and Hui-Zhen Cheng and Yingxiang Li and Song Lin and Tie-Lin Yang and Xi Hu and Hua Du and Peng Cheng and Rong Hu and Gang Chen and Haibing Yuan and Xiu-Fang Zhang and Lan-Hai Wei and Huqin Zhang and Chuan‐Chao Wang},
  journal={Annals of Human Biology},
  year={2020},
  volume={47},
  pages={620 - 628}
}
Abstract Background Mongolian populations are widely distributed geographically, showing abundant ethnic diversity with geographic and tribal differences. Aim To infer the genetic substructure, admixture and ancient genetic sources of Mongolians together with Kazakhs Subjects and methods We genotyped more than 690,000 genome-wide SNPs from 33 Mongolian and Chinese Kazakh individuals and compared these with both ancient and present-day Eurasian populations using Principal Component Analysis (PCA… 

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