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Human mitochondrial DNA lineages in Iron-Age Fennoscandia
« : 19 Ноябрь 2019, 11:22:42 »
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-51045-8

Article
Open Access
Published: 15 November 2019

Human mitochondrial DNA lineages in Iron-Age Fennoscandia suggest incipient admixture and eastern introduction of farming-related maternal ancestry

Авторы: Sanni Översti, Kerttu Majander, Elina Salmela, Kati Salo, Laura Arppe, Stanislav Belskiy, Heli Etu-Sihvola, Ville Laakso, Esa Mikkola, Saskia Pfrengle, Mikko Putkonen, Jussi-Pekka Taavitsainen, Katja Vuoristo, Anna Wessman, Antti Sajantila, Markku Oinonen, Wolfgang Haak, Verena J. Schuenemann, Johannes Krause, Jukka U. Palo & Päivi Onkamo

"Abstract

Human ancient DNA studies have revealed high mobility in Europe’s past, and have helped to decode the human history on the Eurasian continent. Northeastern Europe, especially north of the Baltic Sea, however, remains less well understood largely due to the lack of preserved human remains. Finland, with a divergent population history from most of Europe, offers a unique perspective to hunter-gatherer way of life, but thus far genetic information on prehistoric human groups in Finland is nearly absent. Here we report 103 complete ancient mitochondrial genomes from human remains dated to AD 300–1800, and explore mtDNA diversity associated with hunter-gatherers and Neolithic farmers. The results indicate largely unadmixed mtDNA pools of differing ancestries from Iron-Age on, suggesting a rather late genetic shift from hunter-gatherers towards farmers in North-East Europe. Furthermore, the data suggest eastern introduction of farmer-related haplogroups into Finland, contradicting contemporary genetic patterns in Finns."

Хаплогруппы из таблицы (400-1800 годы):
T1a1+@152
U5b1b1a1
U5a2a1
H1c
U5b1b1a1a
U5b1b1a
U5a1a1
U5b1b1a1b
U5a1a1
K1a4a1b
U5b2a5
H1+16189

U4b1b1a
H1c9
W1e1
H1+16189
U2e2a1a
T2b36
U5b2a1a+16311
U4d1
H3h5
H1b

U5a2a1e
U5b1b1g1
H2a1c
U5b2a1a1d
U5b1b2
U4d1a1a
H85
U4b1b1
U5a1b1h
U4a2
U5a2a1e
H1f1
H85
U4b1b1b
V7a
H1c13

H1a8a
H1c9
H1a2
H2a2a1b
W6
K1a2c
W6
H1b2
U1b2
W6
H1a7
H10g
U1b2
H1ap1

D5a3a1a
U5a2a2a
J1c7a
H10e
H1a8a
H11a1
V7a1
H1f1
H10e
H1a7
H24a
H10g
H27a
J1c2c1
U5b1b1a
U5a2a1a
X2c1
U8b1a2b

T2b
U5b2b1a1
H2a1
H1+16189

U8a1a1b1
T2b23
T2b23
J1c2
H1a3c
H13a1a1d
T1b1

H10a
H28a
H49
U5b2a1a2
U4a2
J1c2
U4d1a1a
H

H
H2a1
H
J1c2c1
T2b

H1n4
H1a5
H12a
C4a1a1
U5a2a1b
T2b
H10g
H1as2
T2c1d1


 

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