Phylogeographic analysis of mitochondrial DNA in northern Asian populations.

@article{Derenko2007PhylogeographicAO,
  title={Phylogeographic analysis of mitochondrial DNA in northern Asian populations.},
  author={Miroslava Derenko and Boris Malyarchuk and Tomasz Grzybowski and Galina A. Denisova and Irina Dambueva and Maria A Perkova and Ch. M. Dorzhu and Faina Luzina and Hong-Kyu Lee and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Vaně{\vc}ek and Richard Villems and Ilia A. Zakharov},
  journal={American journal of human genetics},
  year={2007},
  volume={81 5},
  pages={
          1025-41
        }
}
To elucidate the human colonization process of northern Asia and human dispersals to the Americas, a diverse subset of 71 mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) lineages was chosen for complete genome sequencing from the collection of 1,432 control-region sequences sampled from 18 autochthonous populations of northern, central, eastern, and southwestern Asia. On the basis of complete mtDNA sequencing, we have revised the classification of haplogroups A, D2, G1, M7, and I; identified six new subhaplogroups… Expand
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