The genomic history of the Iberian Peninsula over the past 8000 years

@article{Olalde2019TheGH,
  title={The genomic history of the Iberian Peninsula over the past 8000 years},
  author={I. Olalde and Swapan Mallick and N. Patterson and Nadin Rohland and Vanessa Villalba-Mouco and M. Silva and K. Dulias and C. Edwards and F. Gandini and M. Pala and P. Soares and Manuel Ferrando-Bernal and Nicole Adamski and Nasreen Broomandkhoshbacht and Olivia Cheronet and B. Culleton and D. Fernandes and A. M. Lawson and Matthew Mah and Jonas Oppenheimer and Kristin Stewardson and Z. Zhang and Juan Manuel Jim{\'e}nez Arenas and Isidro Jorge Toro Moyano and Domingo C. Salazar-Garc{\'i}a and P. Castanyer and M. Santos and J. Tremoleda and M. Lozano and Pablo Garc{\'i}a Borja and Javier Fern{\'a}ndez-Eraso and J. A. Mujika-Alustiza and C. Barroso and F. J. Bermudez and Enrique Viguera M{\'i}nguez and J. Burch and Neus Coromina and David Viv{\'o} and A. Cebri{\`a} and J. Fullola and O. Garc{\'i}a-Puchol and J. I. Morales and F. X. Oms and T. Maj{\'o} and J. Verg{\`e}s and Ant{\`o}nia D{\'i}az-Carvajal and Imma Ollich-Castanyer and F. J. L{\'o}pez-Cachero and A. Silva and Carmen Alonso-Fern{\'a}ndez and G. Delibes de Castro and Javier Jim{\'e}nez Echevarr{\'i}a and Adolfo Moreno-M{\'a}rquez and Guillermo Pascual Berlanga and P. Ramos-Garc{\'i}a and J. Ramos-Mu{\~n}oz and Eduardo Vijande Vila and Gustau Aguilella Arzo and {\'A}ngel Esparza Arroyo and K. Lillios and J. Mack and J. Velasco-V{\'a}zquez and A. Waterman and Luis Ben{\'i}tez de Lugo Enrich and Mar{\'i}a Benito S{\'a}nchez and B. Agust{\'i} and F. Codina and Gabriel de Prado and A. Estalrrich and {\'A}lvaro Fern{\'a}ndez Flores and C. Finlayson and G. Finlayson and Stewart Finlayson and Francisco Giles-Guzm{\'a}n and A. Rosas and Virginia Barciela Gonz{\'a}lez and Gabriel Garc{\'i}a Ati{\'e}nzar and M. H. Hern{\'a}ndez P{\'e}rez and A. Llanos and Yolanda Carri{\'o}n Marco and Isabel Collado Beneyto and David L{\'o}pez-Serrano and Mario Sanz Tormo and A. Valera and C. Blasco and Corina Liesau and Patricia R{\'i}os and J. Daura and Mar{\'i}a Jes{\'u}s de Pedro Mich{\'o} and Agust{\'i}n A Diez Castillo and Ra{\'u}l Flores Fern{\'a}ndez and Joan Franc{\`e}s Farr{\'e} and R. Garrido-Pena and V. S. Gonçalves and Elisa Guerra-Doce and A. M. Herrero-Corral and Joaquim Juan-Cabanilles and Daniel L{\'o}pez-Reyes and Sarah B McClure and Marta Merino P{\'e}rez and Arturo Oliver Foix and Montserrat Sanz Borr{\`a}s and A. C. Sousa and Julio Manuel Vidal Encinas and D. Kennett and M. Richards and Kurt Werner Alt and W. Haak and R. Pinhasi and C. Lalueza-Fox and D. Reich},
  journal={Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={363},
  pages={1230 - 1234}
}
Genomics of the Iberian Peninsula Ancient DNA studies have begun to help us understand the genetic history and movements of people across the globe. Focusing on the Iberian Peninsula, Olalde et al. report genome-wide data from 271 ancient individuals from Iberia (see the Perspective by Vander Linden). The findings provide a comprehensive genetic time transect of the region. Linguistics analysis and genetic analysis of archaeological human remains dating from about 7000 years ago to the present… Expand
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