Heterogeneity in Genetic Admixture across Different Regions of Argentina

  title={Heterogeneity in Genetic Admixture across Different Regions of Argentina},
  author={Sergio Alejandro Avena and Marc Via and Elad Ziv and Eliseo J. P{\'e}rez-Stable and Christopher R Gignoux and Cristina Dejean and Scott Huntsman and Gabriela Torres-Mej{\'i}a and Julie Dutil and Jaime L Matta and Kenneth B Beckman and Esteban Gonz{\`a}lez Burchard and Mar{\'i}a Laura Parolin and Alicia S. Goicoechea and Noem{\'i} Acreche and Mariel Boquet and Mar{\'i}a Del Carmen R{\'i}os Part and Vanesa Martin Fernandez and Jorge Mario Garz{\'o}n Rey and Mariana C. Stern and Ra{\'u}l Francisco Carnese and Laura Fejerman},
  booktitle={PloS one},
The population of Argentina is the result of the intermixing between several groups, including Indigenous American, European and African populations. Despite the commonly held idea that the population of Argentina is of mostly European origin, multiple studies have shown that this process of admixture had an impact in the entire Argentine population. In the present study we characterized the distribution of Indigenous American, European and African ancestry among individuals from different… CONTINUE READING
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