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  1. Stature in holocene foragers of north india | Limited Access
  2. The case for the continuing use of the revised cambridge reference sequence (rCRS)...
  3. Tracing Arab-Islamic inheritance in madagascar | Open Access
  4. ... Genetic Structure of Alpine Linguistic Groups | Open Access
  5. Unraveling the complex maternal history of Southern African Khoisan populations
  6. Investigating the Prehistory of Tungusic Peoples | Open Access
  7. A Revised Timescale for Human Evolution Based on Ancient Mitochondrial Genomes
  8. Phylogenetic Structure of Q-M378 Subclade Based On Full Y-Chromosome Sequencing
  9. Y-chromosome R-M343 African Lineages and Sickle Cell Disease...
  10. Resurrecting Surviving Neandertal Lineages from Modern Human Geneomes
  11. A substantial prehistoric European ancestry amongst Ashkenazi maternal lineages
  12. Interactive map of human genetic history revealed
  13. Recent Radiation within Y-chromosomal Haplogroup R-M269 Resulted in High Y-STR Haplot
  14. Découverte des restes d'un enfant vieux de 11 500 ans en Alaska.
  15. Neolithic mito hg H genomes
  16. Gene Conversion and Y STRs in Palindromes
  17. Bearing Straight in Question
  18. Towards a new history and geography of human genes informed by ancient DNA
  19. The phylogenetic and geographic structure of Y-chromosome haplogroup R1a
  20. Native American Origins-- new finding
  21. Somatic loss of Y bad for your health
  22. Improved resolution of Hg K, parent of M, S, P, Q and R
  23. Maritime route of colonization of Europe
  24. Updated Phylogeny of the Human Y-Chr Lineage O2a-M95 with Novel SNPs
  25. The Genetics of Crimean Karaites | Open Access
  26. "Jews are not descended from Khazars"
  27. Sephardic, converso, and Jewish signatures in mtDNA haplogroup T
  28. First Peoples Vs Bering Straight
  29. 2000 Full mito sequences from Danes
  30. Sephardic founding mito DNA lineages
  31. Survey of Human STR loci
  32. Y chromosomes associated with increased prostate cancer risk
  33. The genetic prehistory of the New World Arctic
  34. Mitochondrial DNA and Y-chrom. structure at the façades of the Iberian peninsula
  35. Fine scale genetic structure in Western France
  36. Y Hg I1 and I2 found together circa 4,900 - 6,000 B.C - not so Germanic after all?
  37. First Ancient Mitochondrial Human Genome from a Pre-Pastoralist Southern African
  38. Denisova cave Neanderthal was Y-DNA haplogroup R?
  39. Ancient links between Siberians and Native Americans...
  40. The dual origin and Siberian affinities of Native American Y chromosomes.
  41. Nature: Genome sequence of a 45,000-year-old modern human from western Siberia
  42. Ancient genomes in Hungary from different times, Neolithic to Iron Age
  43. L'homme de Kostenki précise le métissage Sapiens-Néandertal.
  44. Irish Ancestral DNA Project
  45. Genes mirror geography within Europe
  46. Q1a1 admixed into the Han Chinese 3,000 years ago
  47. Mito DNA 4977 common deletion in the hair shaft and hearing loss
  48. Mito Hg & Schizophrenia in Han Chinese
  49. Improved Calibration of the Human Mitochondrial Clock Using Ancient Genomes
  50. Recent developments in the genetic history of East Asia and Oceania
  51. Recent developments in the genetic history of East Asia and Oceania
  52. Recent Common Ancestry between Native Americans and Indigenous Altaians
  53. Determinants of Mutation Rate Variation in the Human Germline
  54. Strong genetic admixture in the Altai at the Middle Bronze Age
  55. Understanding Y haplotype matching probability
  56. Founder mutation is shared among Arab Muslims and Oriental Jews.
  57. origin of rare haplogroup C3* Y chromosomes in South America
  58. Portuguese mitochondrial DNA genetic diversity—An update and a phylogenetic revision
  59. Rapid climate change did not cause population collapse at the end of the European Bro
  60. Y Chromosomes of 40% Chinese Descend from Three Neolithic Super-Grandfathers
  61. Uniparental Genetic Structure and Population History of Sicily and Southern Italy
  62. Ancient DNA Reveals Matrilineal Continuity in Poland
  63. Mitochondrial lineages of Jamaica's Accompong Town Maroons
  64. Taiwan Y-chromosomal DNA variation
  65. History of the North African mitoDNA Hg U6 flow into the African, Eurasian and Americ
  66. Human paternal lineages, languages, and environment in the caucasus
  67. Genome of a Mongolian reveals the genetic imprints of Mongolians on modern
  68. Identification of new SNPs in native South American populations by resequencing the Y
  69. l'ADN survit (un peu) dans l'espace.
  70. whole Y-chromosome sequences and the Near Eastern origin of Ashkenazi Levites.
  71. Human maternal heritage in Andalusia (Spain)
  72. Early back-to-Africa migration into the Horn of Africa
  73. influence of admixture and consanguinity on population genetic diversity in Middle Ea
  74. Aboriginal maternal legacy in the present-day population of La Gomera (Canary Islands
  75. Richard III's DNA Testing Results
  76. Y-chromosome E haplogroups: their distribution and implication to the origin of Afro-
  77. Human genetics of the Kula Ring: Y-chromosome and mitochondrial DNA variation in the
  78. African Genome Variation Project
  79. Unravelling the distinct strains of Tharu ancestry [in India]
  80. Discrepancy in assessment of Richard III's Y-dna Haplogroup
  81. Full mtGenome reference data: Development and characterization of 588 forensic-qualit
  82. The new Y Chromosome Haplotype Reference Database
  83. Different waves and directions of Neolithic migrations in the Armenian Highlands
  84. Smoking associated with Y chromosome loss in white blood cells
  85. Human paleogenetics of Europe - The known knowns and the known unknowns.
  86. Khoisan hunter-gatherers have been the largest population
  87. The Y-chromosome tree bursts into leaf
  88. Identification of Polynesian mtDNA haplogroups in Amerindians
  89. Sousse: extreme genetic heterogeneity in North Africa
  90. Ancient [mito] DNA analysis of 8000 B.C. near eastern farmers
  91. Genomic Analysis of Ancient and Modern Genomes Yields New Insights into the Tyrolean
  92. Genome-wide genotype and sequence-based reconstruction of the 140,000 year history of
  93. Mitochondrial Genome of a Novosvobodnaya and Its Relation to the Funnel Beaker Cultur
  94. MtDNA variation in the Viking age population of Norway
  95. Meeting issue: Ancient DNA, the first three decades in PTRSB
  96. Ancient mtDNA from the northern fringe of the Neolithic farming expansion in Europe
  97. Ancient genomics [review]
  98. Scientists discover double meaning in genetic code
  99. Strategy to find free articles on human mtDNA & Y-chr. DNA
  100. Divergence of East Asians and Europeans Estimated Using Male- and Female-Specific Gen
  101. Genetic and archaeological perspectives on the initial modern human colonization of s
  102. A genome-wide study of modern-day Tuscans: revisiting Herodotus's theory on the origi
  103. The Genome of a Mongolian Individual Reveals the Genetic Imprints of Mongolians on Mo
  104. Genetic Ancestry of African Americans, Latinos, and European Americans across the Uni
  105. Major transitions in human evolution revisited: A tribute to ancient DNA
  106. Why we are not all multiregionalists now
  107. Impact of WGS on the reconstruction of human population history
  108. Maternal History of Oceania from Complete mtDNA Genomes
  109. Coherent and incoherent inference in phylogeography and human evolution
  110. Carthage Y-line
  111. Genetic History of the Present-Day Greenlandic Population
  112. Ancient DNA reveals a migration of the ancient Di-qiang populations into Xinjiang as
  113. multiethnic ancestry of Bolivians as revealed by the analysis of Y-chromosome markers
  114. Y-chromosome analysis in a Northwest Iberian population
  115. Afghan Hindu Kush: where Eurasian sub-continent gene flows converge (2013)
  116. Genetic structure of Tibeto-Burman populations of Bangladesh
  117. Mitochondrial DNA of Zamora Spain
  118. Mitochondrial genome diversity at the Bering Strait area highlights prehistoric human
  119. Standing at the gateway to Europe--the genetic structure of Western balkan population
  120. Reconstruction of major maternal and paternal lineages of the Cape Muslim population
  121. Genomic and cranial phenotype data support multiple modern human dispersals from Afri
  122. The antiquity of dairy farming in Ireland
  123. An estimate of Ashkenazi population bottleneck (from Nature Communications)
  124. La longue marche de Sapiens: ce que nous apprend la génétique.
  125. On two Jewish clades in mitochondrial DNA
  126. Clarifying mitochondrial DNA subclades of T2e from Mideast to Mexico.
  127. Announcement of a new publication on Sephardic genetics (2013)
  128. Allele Sharing at 12/15 STR loci between full siblings
  129. Population Genomics of Human Adaptation
  130. Y-chromosome descent clusters and male differential reproductive success-Asian pasto
  131. Estimates of Continental Ancestry Vary Widely among Individuals with the Same mtDNA H
  132. Mitochondrial and Y chromosome haplotype motifs as diagnostic markers of Jewish ances
  133. The first modern human dispersals across Africa
  134. The migration of humans out of Africa is derived from a large east African population
  135. Genetic affinities of central China populations [mtDNA]
  136. Static and moving frontiers: the genetic landscape of southern african bantu-speaking
  137. Background on mutation types and rates in humans
  138. Comparison of worldwide phonemic and genetic variation in human populations
  139. Y-chr. and mtDNA genetics reveal contrasts in affinities of modern Middle Eastern pop
  140. Genetics and the history of the Samaritans
  141. Genetics and the Archaeology of Ancient Israel
  142. Massive migration from the steppe is a source for Indo-European languages in Europe
  143. Tracing the genetic origin of Europe’s first farmers reveals insights into their soci
  144. Genetic landscape of populations along the Silk Road: admixture and migration pattern
  145. Ancient DNA Analysis of 8000 B.C. Near Eastern Farmers Supports an Early Neolithic Pi
  146. The Genetic Legacy of the Expansion of Turkic-Speaking Nomads Across Eurasia
  147. Genetic Characterization of Human Populations: From ABO to a Genetic Map of the Briti
  148. Paternal lineages in Libya inferred from Y-chromosome haplogroups
  149. Forensic DNA phenotyping: Predicting human appearance from crime scene material for i
  150. Selection and Reduced Population Size Cannot Explain Higher Amounts of Neandertal Anc
  151. Complex History of Admixture between Modern Humans and Neandertals
  152. Y-chromosome diversity in Catalan surname samples: insights into surname origin and f
  153. Inference of sex-specific expansion patterns in human populations from Y-chromosome p
  154. Bioenergetics in human evolution and disease [mtDNA]
  155. Biogeographical Evidence for the Iberian Origins of R1b-L278 via Haplotype Aggregatio
  156. Evidence for recent, population-specific evolution of the human mutation rate
  157. Improved resolution and rapid diversification of Y Hg K-M526 in Southeast Asia
  158. Traces of forgotten historical events in mountain communities in Central Italy: A gen
  159. From Arabia to Iberia: A Y chromosome prospective
  160. Calibrating the Human Mutation Rate via Ancestral Recombination Density in Diploid Ge
  161. nferring human history in East Asia from Y chromosomes
  162. Large Y descent clusters
  163. Portuguese crypto-Jews: the genetic heritage of a complex history
  164. Genetic stratigraphy of key demographic events in Arabia
  165. Eight thousand years of natural selection in Europe
  166. The fine-scale genetic structure of the British population
  167. Whole genome sequencing of an ethnic Pathan (Pakhtun) from the north-west of Pakistan
  168. Maternal ancestry and population history from whole mitochondrial genomes
  169. Re-inventing ancient human DNA
  170. Genome-wide ancestry of 17th-century enslaved Africans from the Caribbean
  171. Four papers on DNA of Icelanders
  172. A recent bottleneck of Y chromosome diversity coincides with a global change in cultu
  173. Genome-wide insights into the genetic history of human populations
  174. Y chromosome of Aisin Gioro, the imperial house of the Qing dynasty
  175. Inferring positive selection in humans from genomic data
  176. Unravelling the hidden ancestry of American admixed populations
  177. Genetic structure characterization of Chileans reflects historical immigration patter
  178. Does natural selection favour taller stature among the tallest people on earth?
  179. Deep Phylogenetic Analysis of Haplogroup G1 Provides Estimates of SNP and STR Mutatio
  180. Ornaments Reveal Resistance of North European Cultures to the Spread of Farming
  181. Early modern humans and morphological variation in southeast Asia: fossil evidence fr
  182. Y chromosome haplogroup D2a1 is significantly associated with high levels of luteiniz
  183. Surnames and y-chromosomal markers reveal low relationships in southern Spain
  184. Special section in PNAS this week on fossils
  185. A Troublesome Debate Genes, Races and Human History
  186. The Kalash Genetic Isolate: Ancient Divergence, Drift, and Selection
  187. Differential DNA mismatch repair underlies mutation rate variation across the human g
  188. Detecting individual ancestry in the human genome
  189. Unravelling the Genetic History of Negritos and Indigenous Populs of Southeast Asia
  190. Ladakh, India: the land of high passes and genetic heterogeneity reveals a confluence
  191. MtDNA Hg A10 Lineages in Bronze Age Samples Suggest That Ancient Autochthonous Human
  192. The makers of the Protoaurignacian and implications for Neandertal extinction
  193. we learn new things all the time.
  194. Large-scale recent expansion of European patrilineages shown by population resequenci
  195. Tracing the dynamic life story of a Bronze Age Female
  196. Fine-scale human genetic structure in Western France
  197. Tracing the Route of Modern Humans out of Africa by Using 225 Human Genome Sequences
  198. Genome-wide signatures of male-mediated migration shaping the Indian gene pool.
  199. New chronology for Ksâr ‘Akil supports Levantine route of modern human dispersal to E
  200. New chronology for Ksâr ‘Akil supports Levantine route of modern human dispersal to E
  201. Evaluating the Y chromosomal STR dating in deep-rooting pedigrees
  202. Population genomics of Bronze Age Eurasia
  203. Massive migration from the steppe was a source for Indo-European languages in Europe
  204. Diversity of lactase persistence in African milk drinkers
  205. New clues to the evolutionary history of the main European paternal lineage M269:
  206. Carriers of Mitochondrial DNA Macrohaplogroup N Lineages Reached Australia around 50K
  207. Human Chromosome Y and Haplogroups; introducing YDHS Database.
  208. An African American Paternal Lineage Adds an Extremely Ancient Root to the Human Y Ch
  209. High-resolution analysis of Y-chromosome variability in Calabrian and Sicilian Arbere
  210. Phylogeographic refinement and large scale genotyping of human Y chr Hg E - dispersal
  211. Analysis of 17 Y-STR loci haplotype and Y-chromosome haplogroup distribution in five
  212. Confirmation of Y haplogroup tree topologies with newly suggested Y-SNPs for the C2,
  213. High Frequency Haplotypes are Expected Events, not Historical Figures
  214. Origin and dynamics of admixture in Brazilians and its effect on the pattern of delet
  215. The Greeks in the West: genetic signatures of the Hellenic colonisation in southern I
  216. Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon genomes from East England reveal British migration history
  217. Ancient DNA from South-East Europe Reveals Different Events during Early and Middle N
  218. Genome analysis pins down arrival and spread of first Americans
  219. Recent genomic heritage in Scotland.
  220. Y-DNA Haplogroup J2 M172 Quotes & Links
  221. Ancestry of the Timorese: age-related macular degeneration associated genotype and al
  222. 60,000 years of interactions between Central and Eastern Africa documented by major A
  223. Factors affecting the rate and pattern of the mutational process are being identified
  224. Y-chromosome markers in Benin and Ivory Coast ethnic groups
  225. Phylogenetically informative polymorphisms in the entire euchromatic portion of human
  226. Scientists find evidence of prehistoric massacre in Europe
  227. Predicting facial characteristics from complex polygenic variations
  228. Whole mitochondrial genome genetic diversity in an Estonian population sample
  229. Isolation and prominent aboriginal maternal legacy in the present-day population of L
  230. Genetic Heritage of the Balto-Slavic Speaking Populations- A Synthesis of Autosomal,
  231. Ancient genomes link early farmers from Atapuerca in Spain to modern-day Basques", by
  232. Refined phylogenetic structure of an abundant East Asian Y-chromosomal haplogroup O*-
  233. Origins, admixture and founder lineages in European Roma
  234. Could a man have so many children?
  235. Mt genome diversity at the Bering Strait area highlights prehistoric human
  236. Data for 27 Y-chromosome STR loci in the Basque Country autochthonous population
  237. Mitochondrial DNA Suggests a Western Eurasian Origin for Ancient (Proto-) Bulgarians.
  238. Genetic evidence for an origin of the Armenians from Bronze Age mixing of multiple po
  239. Vestiges of an Ancient Border in the Contemporary Genetic Diversity of North-Eastern
  240. Novel and Frequent Duplications Overrepresented in Specific Haplogroups
  241. Prediction of male-pattern baldness from genotypes
  242. Ancient mitochondrial genome reveals trace of prehistoric migration in the east Pamir
  243. Revealing latitudinal patterns of mitochondrial DNA diversity in Chileans.
  244. Antiquity and diversity of aboriginal Australian Y-chromosomes.
  245. Genetic Diversity in the Lesser Antilles and Its Implications for the Settlement of t
  246. Early modern human dispersal from Africa: genomic evidence for multiple waves of migr
  247. The Italian genome reflects the history of Europe and the Mediterranean basin
  248. Upper Palaeolithic genomes reveal deep roots of modern Eurasians
  249. Dr M Hammers 2015 Slides extracted to a PDF
  250. Genome-wide patterns of selection in 230 ancient Eurasians