Origin and spread of human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup U7

@inproceedings{Sahakyan2017OriginAS,
  title={Origin and spread of human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup U7},
  author={Hovhannes Sahakyan and Baharak Hooshiar Kashani and Rakesh Tamang and Alena Kushniarevich and Amirtharaj Francis and M. G. Gomes da Costa and Ajai Kumar Pathak and Zaruhi A. Khachatryan and Indu Sharma and Mannis van Oven and J{\"u}ri Parik and Hrant Hovhannisyan and Ene Metspalu and Erwan Pennarun and Monika Karmin and Erika Tamm and Kristiina Tambets and Ardeshir Bahmanimehr and Tuuli Reisberg and Maere Reidla and Alessandro Achilli and Anna Olivieri and Francesca Gandini and Ugo Alessandro Perego and Nadia Al-Zahery and Massoud Houshmand and Mohammad Sanati and Pedro Soares and Ekta Rai and Jelena {\vS}arac and Tena {\vS}ari{\'c} and Varun Sharma and Luisa Pereira and Ver{\'o}nica Fernandes and Viktor Cerny and Shirin Farjadian and Deepankar Pratap Singh and H{\"u}lya Azakli and Duran {\"U}stek and Natalia Ekomasova and Ildus Kutuev and Sergei Litvinov and Marina A Bermisheva and Elza Khusnutdinova and Niraj Rai and Manvendra Singh and Vijay K Singh and Alla Goverdhana Reddy and Helle-Viivi Tolk and Svjetlana Cvjetan and Lovorka Bara{\'c} Lauc and Pavao Rudan and Emmanuel N. Michalodimitrakis and Nicholas P. Anagnou and Kalliopi I. Pappa and Maria V. Golubenko and Vladimir A Orekhov and Svetlana A Borinskaya and Katrin Kaldma and Monica A. Schauer and Maya Simionescu and Vladislava A Gusar and Elena Grechanina and Periyasamy Govindaraj and Mikhail Voevoda and Larissa Damba and Swarkar Sharma and Lalji Singh and Ornella Semino and Doron M Behar and Levon Yepiskoposyan and Martin B Richards and Mait Metspalu and Toomas Kivisild and K Thangaraj and Phillip Endicott and Gyaneshwer Chaubey and Antonio Torroni and Richard Villems},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2017}
}
Human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup U is among the initial maternal founders in Southwest Asia and Europe and one that best indicates matrilineal genetic continuity between late Pleistocene hunter-gatherer groups and present-day populations of Europe. While most haplogroup U subclades are older than 30 thousand years, the comparatively recent coalescence time of the extant variation of haplogroup U7 (~16-19 thousand years ago) suggests that its current distribution is the consequence of more… CONTINUE READING
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