Investigation of Ancient DNA from Western Siberia and the Sargat Culture

@inproceedings{Bennett2010InvestigationOA,
  title={Investigation of Ancient DNA from Western Siberia and the Sargat Culture},
  author={C. C. Bennett and F. Kaestle},
  booktitle={Human biology},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Mitochondrial DNA from 14 archaeological samples at the Ural State University in Yekaterinburg, Russia, was extracted to test the feasibility of ancient DNA work on their collection. These samples come from a number of sites that fall into two groupings. Seven samples are from three sites, dating to the 8th–12th century AD, that belong to a northern group of what are thought to be Ugrians, who lived along the Ural Mountains in northwestern Siberia. The remaining seven samples are from… Expand

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