Patterns of mtDNA Diversity in Northwestern North America

@article{Malhi2004PatternsOM,
  title={Patterns of mtDNA Diversity in Northwestern North America},
  author={Ripan S. Malhi and Ripan S Katherine E Beth A. Schultz Frederika A James C Breece and Ripan S Katherine E Beth A. Schultz Frederika A James C Shook and Ripan S Katherine E Beth A. Schultz Frederika A James C Kaestle and Ripan S Katherine E Beth A. Schultz Frederika A James C Chatters and Ripan S Katherine E Beth A. Schultz Frederika A James C Hackenberger and R. S. B. A. D. G. Smith},
  journal={Human Biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={76},
  pages={33 - 54}
}
The mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroups of 54 full-blooded modern and 64 ancient Native Americans from northwestern North America were determined. The control regions of 10 modern and 30 ancient individuals were sequenced and compared. Within the Northwest, the frequency distribution for haplogroup A is geographically structured, with haplogroup A decreasing with distance from the Pacific Coast. The haplogroup A distribution suggests that a prehistoric population intrusion from the subarctic… Expand
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