Corpus ID: 11133247

Spatial and temporal distribution of the neutral polymorphisms in the last ZFX intron: analysis of the haplotype structure and genealogy.

@article{Jaruzelska1999SpatialAT,
  title={Spatial and temporal distribution of the neutral polymorphisms in the last ZFX intron: analysis of the haplotype structure and genealogy.},
  author={J. Jaruzelska and E. Ziętkiewicz and M. Batzer and D. Cole and J. Moisan and R. Scozzari and S. Tavar{\'e} and D. Labuda},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={1999},
  volume={152 3},
  pages={
          1091-101
        }
}
With 10 segregating sites (simple nucleotide polymorphisms) in the last intron (1089 bp) of the ZFX gene we have observed 11 haplotypes in 336 chromosomes representing a worldwide array of 15 human populations. Two haplotypes representing 77% of all chromosomes were distributed almost evenly among four continents. Five of the remaining haplotypes were detected in Africa and 4 others were restricted to Eurasia and the Americas. Using the information about the ancestral state of the segregating… Expand
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