Phylogenetic analysis, based on EPIYA repeats in the cagA gene of Indian Helicobacter pylori, and the implications of sequence variation in tyrosine phosphorylation motifs on determining the clinical outcome

@inproceedings{Tiwari2011PhylogeneticAB,
  title={Phylogenetic analysis, based on EPIYA repeats in the cagA gene of Indian Helicobacter pylori, and the implications of sequence variation in tyrosine phosphorylation motifs on determining the clinical outcome},
  author={Santosh Kumar Tiwari and Vishwas Sharma and Varun Kumar Sharma and Manoj Gopi and R. Saikant and Amrita Nandan and Avinash Bardia and Sivaram Gunisetty and Prasanth Katikala and Md. Aejaz Habeeb and A A Khan and C. M. Habibullah},
  booktitle={Genetics and molecular biology},
  year={2011}
}
The population of India harbors one of the world's most highly diverse gene pools, owing to the influx of successive waves of immigrants over regular periods in time. Several phylogenetic studies involving mitochondrial DNA and Y chromosomal variation have demonstrated Europeans to have been the first settlers in India. Nevertheless, certain controversy exists, due to the support given to the thesis that colonization was by the Austro-Asiatic group, prior to the Europeans. Thus, the aim was to… CONTINUE READING

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