On the origins, rapid expansion and genetic diversity of Native Americans from hunting-gatherers to agriculturalists.

@article{Regueiro2013OnTO,
  title={On the origins, rapid expansion and genetic diversity of Native Americans from hunting-gatherers to agriculturalists.},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Regueiro and Joseph {\'A}lvarez and Diane J. Rowold and R. J. Herrera},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2013},
  volume={150 3},
  pages={333-48}
}
Given the importance of Y-chromosome haplogroup Q to better understand the source populations of contemporary Native Americans, we studied 8 biallelic and 17 microsatellite polymorphisms on the background of 128 Q Y-chromosomes from geographically targeted populations. The populations examined in this study include three from the Tuva Republic in Central Asia (Bai-Tai, Kungurtug, and Toora-Hem, n = 146), two from the northeastern tip of Siberia (New Chaplino and Chukchi, n = 32), and two from… CONTINUE READING
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