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Y-chromosome specific YCAII, DYS19 and YAP polymorphisms in human populations: a comparative study

Quintana-Murci, L.
Semino, O.
Liu, A.
Van Gijn, M.
Passarino, G.
Brega, A.
Nasidze, I S.
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Published in Annals of human genetics. 1999, vol. 63, no. Pt 2, p. 153-66
Abstract Two hypervariable Y-specific markers, the YCAII and DYS19 STRs, and the more stable Y Alu Polymorphism (YAP) have been analysed in about 1400 individuals of 21 different populations, mainly from Europe but also from the Middle East, Africa and Asia. On the basis of the frequency distributions of these three Y-markers we compare, using different statistical analyses, their power in detecting population genetic structure and in distinguishing closely related groups. The pattern of populations' genetic affinities inferred from the three markers considered altogether suggests a strong genetic structure that, with a few exceptions, broadly corresponds to the linguistic relatedness and/or geographic location of the sampled populations.
Keywords African Continental Ancestry Group/geneticsAllelesAsian Continental Ancestry Group/geneticsDNA/geneticsStatistical Data InterpretationEuropean Continental Ancestry Group/geneticsGenetic Markers/geneticsGenetic VariationGeographyHaplotypesHumansMaleGenetic PolymorphismY Chromosome/genetics
PMID: 10738527
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QUINTANA-MURCI, L. et al. Y-chromosome specific YCAII, DYS19 and YAP polymorphisms in human populations: a comparative study. In: Annals of human genetics, 1999, vol. 63, n° Pt 2, p. 153-66. doi: 10.1046/j.1469-1809.1999.6320153.x https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:13238

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