//The history of the Y chromosome in man

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The history of the Y chromosome in man

The history of the Y chromosome in man

Author(s): Hughes, J.F. and Page, D.C.
Journal: Nature Genetics
Issue/Volume: 48(6)
Page(s): 588-589
Year: 2016


Studies of the Y chromosome over the past few decades have opened a window into the history of our species, through the reconstruction and exploitation of a patrilineal (Y-genealogical) tree based on several hundred single-nucleotide variants (SNVs). A new study validates, refines and extends this tree by incorporating >65,000 Y-linked variants identified in 1,244 men representing worldwide diversity.

Source Link: http://www.nature.com/ng/journal/v48/n6/full/ng.3580.html


Peoples: - | Places: - | Topics: Y-chromosome | DNA Type: Y-DNA and Y-SNP

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