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The genome of an ancient Rouran individual reveals an important paternal lineage in the Donghu population

In 2014, the IA‐M1 remains (TL1) at the Khermen Tal site from the Rouran period were found by a Sino‐Mongolian joint archaeological team in Mongolia, providing precious material for research into the genetic imprint of the Rouran.

2018-04-29T02:23:56+00:00 April 29th, 2018|

Successful Genetic Identification of Remains of World War II Red Army Soldier

This work is devoted to personal identification of a pilot who perished during World War II in 1941. As a result of search works near the village of Sambek, participants of the search association Mius-Front found remains of a downed plane. We carried out complex genetic analysis of the mito...

2018-04-26T16:01:08+00:00 April 21st, 2018|

Matriclans shape populations: Insights from the Angolan Namib Desert into the maternal genetic history of southern Africa

The view from southwestern Angola offers a new perspective on the populating history of southern Africa and the Bantu expansions by showing that social stratification and different subsistence patterns are not always indicative of remnant groups...

2018-03-11T12:11:04+00:00 March 11th, 2018|

The Beaker phenomenon and the genomic transformation of northwest Europe

From around 2750 to 2500 BC, Bell Beaker pottery became widespread across western and central Europe, before it disappeared between 2200 and 1800 BC. Here we present genome-wide data from 400 Neolithic, Copper Age and Bronze Age Europeans...

2018-03-03T09:31:39+00:00 March 3rd, 2018|