Human population dynamics and Yersinia pestis in ancient northeast Asia

@article{Kln2021HumanPD,
  title={Human population dynamics and Yersinia pestis in ancient northeast Asia},
  author={G. M. Kılınç and N. Kashuba and Dilek Koptekin and Nora Bergfeldt and Handan Melike D{\"o}nertaş and Ricardo Rodr{\'i}guez-Varela and D. Shergin and G. Ivanov and Dmitrii Kichigin and Kjunnej Pestereva and Denis Volkov and P. Mandryka and A. Kharinskii and A. Tishkin and Evgenij Ineshin and Evgeniy Kovychev and A. Stepanov and L. Dal{\'e}n and T. G{\"u}nther and E. Kırd{\"o}k and M. Jakobsson and M. Somel and Maja Krzewińska and J. Stor{\aa} and A. G{\"o}therstr{\"o}m},
  journal={Science Advances},
  year={2021},
  volume={7}
}
Ancient genomes reveal a complex demographic picture since the post-LGM in northeast Asia and report the presence of Y. pestis. We present genome-wide data from 40 individuals dating to c.16,900 to 550 years ago in northeast Asia. We describe hitherto unknown gene flow and admixture events in the region, revealing a complex population history. While populations east of Lake Baikal remained relatively stable from the Mesolithic to the Bronze Age, those from Yakutia and west of Lake Baikal… Expand

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