The ascent of cat breeds: genetic evaluations of breeds and worldwide random-bred populations.

@article{Lipinski2008TheAO,
  title={The ascent of cat breeds: genetic evaluations of breeds and worldwide random-bred populations.},
  author={Monika Joanna Lipinski and Lutz Froenicke and Kathleen Christie Baysac and Nicholas C Billings and Christian M. Leutenegger and Alon M. Levy and Maria Longeri and Tirri Niini and Haydar Ozpinar and Margaret R. Slater and Niels C Pedersen and Leslie A. Lyons},
  journal={Genomics},
  year={2008},
  volume={91 1},
  pages={
          12-21
        }
}
The diaspora of the modern cat was traced with microsatellite markers from the presumed site of domestication to distant regions of the world. Genetic data were derived from over 1100 individuals, representing 17 random-bred populations from five continents and 22 breeds. The Mediterranean was reconfirmed to be the probable site of domestication. Genetic diversity has remained broad throughout the world, with distinct genetic clustering in the Mediterranean basin, Europe/America, Asia and… CONTINUE READING
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