Y-chromosome evidence confirmed the Kerei-Abakh origin of Aksay Kazakhs

@article{Wen2020YchromosomeEC,
  title={Y-chromosome evidence confirmed the Kerei-Abakh origin of Aksay Kazakhs},
  author={Shao-qing Wen and Chang Sun and Dan-Lu Song and Yun-Zhi Huang and Xinzhu Tong and Hai-liang Meng and Hong-Bing Yao and Pan-xin Du and Lan-Hai Wei and Lingxiang Wang and Chuan‐Chao Wang and Mei-sen Shi and Yong-mei Lan and Jiucun Wang and Li Jin and Maxat K. Zhabagin and Xiaodong Xie and Hui Li},
  journal={Journal of Human Genetics},
  year={2020},
  pages={1-7}
}
Aksay Kazakhs are the easternmost branch of Kazakhs, residing in Jiuquan city, the forefront of the ancient Silk Road. However, the genetic diversity of Aksay Kazakhs and its relationships with other Kazakhs still lack attention. To clarify this issue, we analyzed the non-recombining portion of the Y-chromosome from 93 Aksay Kazakhs samples, using a high-resolution analysis of 106 biallelic markers and 17 STRs. The lowest haplogroup diversity (0.38) was observed in Aksay Kazakhs among all… 

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