Y chromosomes of prehistoric people along the Yangtze River

  title={Y chromosomes of prehistoric people along the Yangtze River},
  author={H. Li and Ying Huang and L. Mustavich and F. Zhang and Jingze Tan and L. Wang and J. Qian and Meng-He Gao and L. Jin},
  journal={Human Genetics},
The ability to extract mitochondrial and nuclear DNA from ancient remains has enabled the study of ancient DNA, a legitimate field for over 20 years now. Recently, Y chromosome genotyping has begun to be applied to ancient DNA. The Y chromosome haplogroup in East Asia has since caught the attention of molecular anthropologists, as it is one of the most ethnic-related genetic markers of the region. In this paper, the Y chromosome haplogroup of DNA from ancient East Asians was examined, in order… Expand
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