//Comparison of two Neolithic mtDNA haplotypes from a Czech excavation site with the results of mitochondrial DNA studies on European Neolithic and Mesolithic individuals

Comparison of two Neolithic mtDNA haplotypes from a Czech excavation site with the results of mitochondrial DNA studies on European Neolithic and Mesolithic individuals

Comparison of two Neolithic mtDNA haplotypes from a Czech excavation site with the results of mitochondrial DNA studies on European Neolithic and Mesolithic individuals

Author(s): Votrubova, J., Emmerova, B., Brzobohata, H., Sumberova, R. and Vanek, D.
Journal: Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series
Issue/Volume: in press
Page(s): in press
Year: 2017

Abstract:

The aim of the present study was to compare the mtDNA haplotypes (haplogroups H and W) obtained from 2 young females buried within a Neolithic circular enclosure (rondel) with the results of the scientific studies on Neolithic and Mesolithic skeletal material. We collected 164 mtDNA literature sequences and data concerning the age of the specimen, location of the excavation site (Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain, and Sweden), D-loop mutations, haplogroups, sequencing primers, and methods used.


Source Link: http://www.fsigeneticssup.com/article/S1875-1768(17)30162-2/abstract

Keywords

Peoples: Czechs and European Neolithic human populations | Places: | Topics: Ancient DNA, Haplogroup, Haplotype, mtDNA, and sequencing | DNA Type: Ancient DNA and mtDNA

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