The genetic legacy of continental scale admixture in Indian Austroasiatic speakers

@article{Ttte2019TheGL,
  title={The genetic legacy of continental scale admixture in Indian Austroasiatic speakers},
  author={Kai T{\"a}tte and Luca Pagani and A. K. Pathak and S. K{\~o}ks and Binh Ho Duy and X. D. Ho and G. N. Sultana and Mohd Istiaq Sharif and M. Asaduzzaman and D. Behar and Yarin Hadid and R. Villems and G. Chaubey and T. Kivisild and M. Metspalu},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2019},
  volume={9}
}
  • Kai Tätte, Luca Pagani, +12 authors M. Metspalu
  • Published 2019
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Scientific Reports
  • Surrounded by speakers of Indo-European, Dravidian and Tibeto-Burman languages, around 11 million Munda (a branch of Austroasiatic language family) speakers live in the densely populated and genetically diverse South Asia. Their genetic makeup holds components characteristic of South Asians as well as Southeast Asians. The admixture time between these components has been previously estimated on the basis of archaeology, linguistics and uniparental markers. Using genome-wide genotype data of 102… CONTINUE READING
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