Patterns of male‐specific inter‐population divergence in Europe, West Asia and North Africa

@article{Malaspina2000PatternsOM,
  title={Patterns of male‐specific inter‐population divergence in Europe, West Asia and North Africa},
  author={P. Malaspina and F. Cruciani and P. Santolamazza and A. Torroni and A. Pangrazio and N. Akar and V. Bakalli and R. Brdi{\vc}ka and J. Jaruzelska and A. Kozlov and B. Malyarchuk and S. Q. Mehdi and E. Michalodimitrakis and L. Varesi and M. Memmi and G. Vona and R. Villems and J. Parik and V. Romano and M. Stefan and M. Stenico and L. Terrenato and A. Novelletto and R. Scozzari},
  journal={Annals of Human Genetics},
  year={2000},
  volume={64}
}
We typed 1801 males from 55 locations for the Y‐specific binary markers YAP, DYZ3, SRY10831 and the (CA)n microsatellites YCAII and DYS413. Phylogenetic relationships of chromosomes with the same binary haplotype were condensed in seven large one‐step networks, which accounted for 95% of all chromosomes. Their coalescence ages were estimated based on microsatellite diversity. The three largest and oldest networks undergo sharp frequency changes in three areas. The more recent network 3.1A… Expand
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