mtDNA variation in the Buryat population of the Barguzin Valley: New insights into the micro-evolutionary history of the Baikal area.

@article{Gibert2010mtDNAVI,
  title={mtDNA variation in the Buryat population of the Barguzin Valley: New insights into the micro-evolutionary history of the Baikal area.},
  author={Morgane Gibert and Catherine Th{\`e}ves and François Xavier Ricaut and Irina K Dambueva and Boris Bazarov and Pedro Moral and Eric Crub{\'e}zy and Marc Perrucho and M Felix-Sanchez and Andr{\'e} Sevin},
  journal={Annals of human biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={37 4},
  pages={
          501-23
        }
}
BACKGROUND Southern Siberian populations, including the Buryat, have been of great interest in investigating the exchanges between Eastern and Western Eurasia and understanding the peopling of Siberia and the New World. AIM Previous studies mainly employed a phylogenetic approach, and thus used pooled samples to detect a maximum of variability. As different sampling strategies may result in different pictures of a population's evolutionary history, we proposed in this study to focus on a… CONTINUE READING
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