Y chromosome haplotype diversity in Mongolic-speaking populations and gene conversion at the duplicated STR DYS385a,b in haplogroup C3-M407

@article{Malyarchuk2016YCH,
  title={Y chromosome haplotype diversity in Mongolic-speaking populations and gene conversion at the duplicated STR DYS385a,b in haplogroup C3-M407},
  author={B. Malyarchuk and M. Derenko and G. Denisova and M. Woźniak and Urszula Rogalla and I. Dambueva and T. Grzybowski},
  journal={Journal of Human Genetics},
  year={2016},
  volume={61},
  pages={491-496}
}
Y chromosome microsatellite (Y-STR) diversity has been studied in different Mongolic-speaking populations from South Siberia, Mongolia, North-East China and East Europe. The results obtained indicate that the Mongolic-speaking populations clustered into two groups, with one group including populations from eastern part of South Siberia and Central Asia (the Buryats, Barghuts and Khamnigans) and the other group including populations from western part of Central Asia and East Europe (the Mongols… Expand
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