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Common genetic pools between human populations

Published in Human Genetics. 1988, vol. 78, no. 2, p. 161-166
Abstract A further inquiry on modern human origins, based on common genetic pool surveys of rigorously selected population samples and highly informative immunological polymorphisms, provides new evidence of an Occidental-Oriental population split as the origin of human gene pool divergencies. The most likely ancestral genetic profile is discussed in the context of the debate raised by preliminary DNA restriction fragment length polymorphism studies, which contradict the conclusions drawn from classical blood group analyses.
Keywords Génétique humaineOrigine du peuplement humainHomme moderneADN
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SANCHEZ-MAZAS, Alicia, LANGANEY, André. Common genetic pools between human populations. In: Human Genetics, 1988, vol. 78, n° 2, p. 161-166. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:14589

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