The genetic and demographic impact of immigrants in a largely endogamous community.

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Historical demographic data extending back approximately 300 years were analysed to determine the demographic and genetic impact of in-migrants to an endogamous Swiss Alpine village. In-migrants were involved in only 14% of the marriages recorded in the village. In addition, only slightly more than 50% of the in-migrants were represented in the 1970 gene… (More)

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@article{Hagaman1978TheGA, title={The genetic and demographic impact of immigrants in a largely endogamous community.}, author={R M Hagaman and Wael Elias and Robert McC. Netting}, journal={Annals of human biology}, year={1978}, volume={5 6}, pages={505-15} }