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A New Subhaplogroup of Native American Y-Chromosomes from the Andes
(American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2011-12)
El cromosoma Y humano contiene marcadores altamente informativos para hacer inferencias históricas sobre el poblamiento precolombino de América. Sin embargo, la escasez de estos marcadores ha limitado su uso en la inferencia ...
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 ...
Genetic ancestry of families of putative inka descent
(Springer-Verlag GmbH Alemania, 2018-03-03)
This study focuses on the descendants of the royal Inka family. The Inkas ruled Tawantinsuyu, the largest pre-Columbian empire in South America, which extended from southern Colombia to central Chile. The origin of the ...
Y chromosome sequences reveal a short beringian standstill, rapid expansion, and early population structure of native american founders
(Elsevier Ltd., 2018-12-20)
The Americas were the last inhabitable continents to be occupied by humans, with a growing multidisciplinary consensus for entry 15–25 thousand years ago (kya) from northeast Asia via the former Beringia land bridge [1, ...