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Tracing back ancient south Siberian population history using mitochondrial and Y-chromosome SNPs

Christine Keyser, Sarah Romac, Caroline Bouakaze, Sylvain Amory, Eric Crubezy, Bertrand Ludes

Abstract
Southern Siberian populations have been the subject of intense works attempting to shed light on the peopling of Siberia. From these works, it
appeared that south Siberian populations are the reflect of the complex interactions that occurred at different times between Eastern and Western
Eurasian people. According to paleoantropological and modern molecular data, European populations predominated in south Siberia during the
Bronze age whereas Asian component began to increase from the Iron age. To test this hypothesis we determined the mitochondrial and Ychromosomal
haplotypes and haplogroups of 29 ancient specimens from the Krasnoyarsk area (Southern Central Siberia) dating from the Bronze
and Iron ages. The data obtained supported the hypothesis of the prevalence of Western Eurasian component in Southern Central Siberia in the
Bronze age. Moreover, they allowed us to propose a geographic origin of the Krasnoyarsk population during this period.


 

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