Massive migration from the steppe is a source for Indo-European languages in Europe

@article{Haak2015MassiveMF,
  title={Massive migration from the steppe is a source for Indo-European languages in Europe},
  author={Wolfgang Haak and Iosif Lazaridis and Nick J. Patterson and Nadin Rohland and Swapan Mallick and Bastien Llamas and Guido Brandt and Susanne Nordenfelt and {\'E}adaoin Harney and Kristin Stewardson and Qiaomei Fu and Alissa Mittnik and Eszter B{\'a}nffy and Christos Economou and Michael Francken and Susanne Friederich and Rafael Garrido Pena and Fredrik Hallgren and Valery Khartanovich and Aleksandr A Khokhlov and Michael Kunst and Pavel Kuznetsov and Harald Meller and Oleg Dmitrievich Mochalov and Vayacheslav Moiseyev and Nicole Nicklisch and Sandra L. Pichler and Roberto Risch and Manuel A. Rojo Guerra and Christina Roth and Anna Sz{\'e}cs{\'e}nyi-Nagy and Joachim Wahl and Matthias Meyer and Johannes Krause and Dorcas Brown and David Anthony and Alan Cooper and Kurt Werner Alt and David Reich},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2015}
}
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