Y-Chromosome Analysis in Egypt Suggests a Genetic Regional Continuity in Northeastern Africa

@article{Manni2002YChromosomeAI,
  title={Y-Chromosome Analysis in Egypt Suggests a Genetic Regional Continuity in Northeastern Africa},
  author={F. Manni and Franz Pascal Abdelhamid Hassan Evelyne Michael Ken Lluis Leonardi and F. Barakat and Franz Pascal Abdelhamid Hassan Evelyne Michael Ken Lluis Rouba and Franz Etienne Evelyne Heyer and Franz Pascal Abdelhamid Hassan Evelyne Michael Ken Lluis Klintschar and Franz Pascal Abdelhamid Hassan Evelyne Michael Ken Lluis McElreavey and Franz Pascal Abdelhamid Hassan Evelyne Michael Ken Lluis Quintana-Murci},
  journal={Human Biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={74},
  pages={645 - 658}
}
AbstractThe geographic location of Egypt, at the interface between North Africa, the Middle East, and southern Europe, prompted us to investigate the genetic diversity of this population and its relationship with neighboring populations. To assess the extent to which the modern Egyptian population reflects this intermediate geographic position, ten Unique Event Polymorphisms (UEPs), mapping to the nonrecombining portion of the Y chromosome, have been typed in 164 Y chromosomes from three North… Expand
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