Interethnic admixture and the evolution of Latin American populations

@inproceedings{Salzano2014InterethnicAA,
  title={Interethnic admixture and the evolution of Latin American populations},
  author={Francisco M Salzano and M{\'o}nica Sans},
  booktitle={Genetics and molecular biology},
  year={2014}
}
A general introduction to the origins and history of Latin American populations is followed by a systematic review of the data from molecular autosomal assessments of the ethnic/continental (European, African, Amerindian) ancestries for 24 Latin American countries or territories. The data surveyed are of varying quality but provide a general picture of the present constitution of these populations. A brief discussion about the applications of these results (admixture mapping) is also provided… CONTINUE READING

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