Subdivisions of haplogroups U and C encompass mitochondrial DNA lineages of Eneolithic–Early Bronze Age Kurgan populations of western North Pontic steppe

@article{Nikitin2017SubdivisionsOH,
  title={Subdivisions of haplogroups U and C encompass mitochondrial DNA lineages of Eneolithic–Early Bronze Age Kurgan populations of western North Pontic steppe},
  author={A. G. Nikitin and Svetlana Ivanova and Dmytro V. Kiosak and Jessica Badgerow and Jeff Pashnick},
  journal={Journal of Human Genetics},
  year={2017},
  volume={62},
  pages={605-613}
}
  • A. G. Nikitin, Svetlana Ivanova, +2 authors Jeff Pashnick
  • Published 2017
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Human Genetics
  • Prehistoric Europe experienced a marked cultural and economic shift around 4000 years ago, when the established Neolithic agriculture-based economy was replaced by herding-pastoralist industry. In recent years new data about the genetic structure of human communities living during this transition period began to emerge. At the same time, the genetic identities of the Eneolithic and Early Bronze Age (EBA) inhabitants from a prehistoric cultural crossroad in western North Pontic steppe region… CONTINUE READING
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