HLA Genes in the Chuvashian Population from European Russia: Admixture of Central European and Mediterranean Populations

@article{ArnaizVillena2003HLAGI,
  title={HLA Genes in the Chuvashian Population from European Russia: Admixture of Central European and Mediterranean Populations},
  author={A. Arnaiz-Villena and Antonio Jorge Juan Gregory Jorge Eduardo Carlos Kristin Mi Martinez-Laso and Antonio Jorge Juan Gregory Jorge Eduardo Carlos Kristin Mi Moscoso and Antonio Jorge Juan Gregory Jorge Eduardo Carlos Kristin Mi Livshits and A. Zamora and Antonio Jorge Juan Gregory Jorge Eduardo Carlos Kristin Mi Gomez-Casado and Antonio Jorge Juan Gregory Jorge Eduardo Carlos Kristin Mi Silvera-Redondo and Antonio Jorge Juan Gregory Jorge Eduardo Carlos Kristin Mi Melvin and Antonio Jorge Juan Gregory Jorge Eduardo Carlos Kristin Mi Crawford},
  journal={Human Biology},
  year={2003},
  volume={75},
  pages={375 - 392}
}
HLA alleles have been determined for the first time in individuals from the Chuvashian population by DNA typing and sequencing. HLA-A, -B, -DR, and -DQ allele frequencies and extended haplotypes have also been determined, and the results compared to those for Central Europeans, Siberians and other Asians, Caucasians, Middle Easterners, and Mediterranean peoples. Genetic distances, neighbor-joining dendrograms, and correspondence analysis have been performed. Present-day Chuvash speak an Altaic… CONTINUE READING
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