Y-chromosome and autosomal STR diversity in four proximate settlements in Central Anatolia


A recent article entitled “Y-chromosome and autosomal STR diversity in four proximate settlements in Central Anatolia“,  of which I am a first co-author, is published in Forensic Science International: Genetics.  This article is mainly a basic description of genetic variation in Yuksekyer in Central Anatolia.  An anthropologically contextualized discussion of our observations in Yuksekyer is currently under review in American Anthropologist.

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5 thoughts on “Y-chromosome and autosomal STR diversity in four proximate settlements in Central Anatolia

    1. Anatolian Shepherd Post author

      Tesekkur. Ne yazik ki, anladigim kadari ile Amerika disindan linke bir sekilde ulasilamiyor. Baskalari da bildirdi…

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  1. Kamel Gazzah

    This article is quite interesting
    There are 4 haplotype out of 49 which belong to Haplogroup J2-L192.2
    These haplotypes can be found in yhrd.org with the follwoing citeria
    DYS19=15
    DYS389I=12
    DYS389II=28
    DYS390=24
    DYS392=11
    DYS393=12
    DYS385=13,16
    DYS438=9
    J-L192.2 Haplogroup has a wide geographic spread and you can find a google map here showing the so far knwon samples
    https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&oe=UTF8&msa=0&msid=217285169637465633721.0004933c6eb1a1632e3e5

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