Polymorphism of mitochondrial DNA in old believers from Siberia

@article{Gubina2014PolymorphismOM,
  title={Polymorphism of mitochondrial DNA in old believers from Siberia},
  author={Marina A. Gubina and Vladimir N. Babenko and Larisa D. Damba and M. N. Ponomareva and Natalya A. Konovalova and Mikhail Ivanovich Voevoda},
  journal={Russian Journal of Genetics},
  year={2014},
  volume={50},
  pages={638-652}
}
The polymorphism of mtDNA was examined in populations of Old Believers (n = 104) and Russians from Novosibirsk oblast (n = 270). Most of the haplogroups identified belonged to West Eurasian lineages. The frequencies of these haplogroups constituted 96.6% in Russians from Novosibirsk and 93.2% in Old Believers from Tyumen oblast. The populations examined were characterized by a high mtDNA diversity level (h = 0.98) compared to other population samples of Russians from Russia. Among the West… CONTINUE READING
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