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The Genetic History of Peruvian Quechua-Lamistas and Chankas: Uniparental DNA Patterns among Autochthonous Amazonian and Andean populations
(Annals of Human Genetics, 2016-03)
The present study focuses on the genetic history of the Quechua-Lamistas, inhabitants of the Lamas Province in the San Martin Department, Peru, who speak a peculiar dialect of the Quechua language related to the Ecuadorian ...
The Genetic History of Indigenous Populations of the Peruvian and Bolivian Altiplano: The Legacy of the Uros
(PLOS ONE, 2013-09)
The Altiplano region of the South American Andes is marked by an inhospitable climate to which the autochthonous human populations adapted and then developed great ancient civilizations, such as the Tiwanaku culture and ...