Y chromosomal haplogroup J as a signature of the post-neolithic colonization of Europe

@article{Giacomo2004YCH,
  title={Y chromosomal haplogroup J as a signature of the post-neolithic colonization of Europe},
  author={F. D. Giacomo and F. Luca and L. Popa and N. Akar and N. Anagnou and J. Banyk{\'o} and R. Brdi{\vc}ka and G. Barbujani and F. Papola and G. Ciavarella and F. Cucci and L. D. Stasi and L. Gavrilă and M. Kerimova and D. Kovatchev and A. I. Kozlov and A. Loutradis and V. Mandarino and C. Mammı̀ and E. Michalodimitrakis and G. Paoli and K. Pappa and G. Pedicini and L. Terrenato and S. Tofanelli and P. Malaspina and A. Novelletto},
  journal={Human Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={115},
  pages={357-371}
}
  • F. D. Giacomo, F. Luca, +24 authors A. Novelletto
  • Published 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Human Genetics
  • Key MethodIn order to attain a finer reconstruction of the peopling of southern and central-eastern Europe from the Levant, we determined the frequencies of eight lineages internal to the Y chromosomal haplogroup J, defined by biallelic markers, in 22 population samples obtained with a fine-grained sampling scheme. Our results partially resolve a major multifurcation of lineages within the haplogroup. Analyses of molecular variance show that the area covered by haplogroup J dispersal is characterized by…Expand Abstract
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