Mitochondrial DNA Variations in Russian and Belorussian Populations

@article{Belyaeva2003MitochondrialDV,
  title={Mitochondrial DNA Variations in Russian and Belorussian Populations},
  author={O. Belyaeva and O. A. Bermisheva and Olga Marina Andrey Petr Natalia Ė. K. Khrunin and Olga Marina Andrey Petr Natalia Ė. K. Slominsky and Olga Marina Andrey Petr Natalia Ė. K. Bebyakova and Olga Marina Andrey Petr Natalia Ė. K. Khusnutdinova and O. Mikulich and Olga Marina Andrey Petr Natalia Ė. K. Limborskaia},
  journal={Human Biology},
  year={2003},
  volume={75},
  pages={647 - 660}
}
The sequence of the first hypervariable segment (HVS-I) of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) was determined in 251 individuals from three eastern Slavonic populations, two Russian and one Belorussian. Within HVS-I, 78 polymorphic positions were revealed. Within-population diversity of HVS-I varies slightly among three samples; its estimates do not differ strongly from those for European populations. Haplotype diversity for three populations calculated in this study is 0.949; mean pairwise differences… CONTINUE READING
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