Major study of Central Asian populations.
The analysis of genetic variation reveals that Central Asian diversity is mainly shaped by linguistic affiliation, with Turkic-speaking populations forming a cluster more closely related to East-Asian populations and Indo-Iranian speakers forming a cluster closer to Western Eurasians.
Genetic differences between five European populations
ASHG 2010 abstracts
- The Initial Peopling Of The Americas: An Ever-Growing Number Of Founding Mitochondrial Genomes From Beringia
- The male gene pool of the contemporary Mesopotamia marsh population supports their Semitic origin.
- Western Eurasian Y chromosomes found in the Chinese Salar ethnic group
- Music as a novel marker in the study of prehistoric human migrations.
- Admixture in Ashkenazi Jewish cohorts and implications for association studies.