Inland-coastal bifurcation of southern East Asians revealed by Hmong-Mien genomic history

@article{Xia2019InlandcoastalBO,
  title={Inland-coastal bifurcation of southern East Asians revealed by Hmong-Mien genomic history},
  author={Zi-Yang Xia and Shi Yan and Chuan-Chao Wang and Hongxiang Zheng and Fan Zhang and Yuchi Liu and Ge Yu and Bin-Xia Yu and Li-Li Shu and L. Jin},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2019}
}
The early history of the Hmong-Mien language family and its speakers is elusive. A good variety of Hmong-Mien-speaking groups distribute in Central China. Here, we report 903 high-resolution Y-chromosomal, 624 full-sequencing mitochondrial, and 415 autosomal samples from 20 populations in Central China, mainly Húnán Province. We identify an autosomal component which is commonly seen in all the Hmong-Mien-speaking populations, with nearly unmixed composition in Pahng. In contrast, Hmong and Mien… Expand
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