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Western Eurasian ancestry in modern Siberians based on mitogenomic data

Miroslava Derenko, Boris Malyarchuk, Galina Denisova, Maria Perkova, Andrey Litvinov, Tomasz Grzybowski, Irina Dambueva, Katarzyna Skonieczna, Urszula Rogalla, Iosif Tsybovsky and Ilya Zakharov.

Received:   22 May 2014
Accepted:   29 September 2014
Published:   10 October 2014

Abstract
Background

Although the genetic heritage of aboriginal Siberians is mostly of eastern Asian ancestry, a substantial western Eurasian component is observed in the majority of northern Asian populations. Traces of at least two migrations into southern Siberia, one from eastern Europe and the other from western Asia/the Caucasus have been detected previously in mitochondrial gene pools of modern Siberians.
Results

We report here 166 new complete mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) sequences that allow us to expand and re-analyze the available data sets of western Eurasian lineages found in northern Asian populations, define the phylogenetic status of Siberian-specific subclades and search for links between mtDNA haplotypes/subclades and events of human migrations. From a survey of 158 western Eurasian mtDNA genomes found in Siberia we estimate that nearly 40% of them most likely have western Asian and another 29% European ancestry. It is striking that 65 of northern Asian mitogenomes, i.e. ~41%, fall into 19 branches and subclades which can be considered as Siberian-specific being found so far only in Siberian populations. From the coalescence analysis it is evident that the sequence divergence of Siberian-specific subclades was relatively small, corresponding to only 0.6-9.5 kya (using the complete mtDNA rate) and 1–6 kya (coding region rate).    

Conclusions

The phylogeographic analysis implies that the western Eurasian founders, giving rise to Siberian specific subclades, may trace their ancestry only to the early and mid-Holocene, though some of genetic lineages may trace their ancestry back to the end of Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). We have not found the modern northern Asians to have western Eurasian genetic components of sufficient antiquity to indicate traces of pre-LGM expansions.

http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2148/14/217
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Re: Western Eurasian ancestry in modern Siberians based on mitogenomic data
« Ответ #1 : 01 Январь 2015, 11:38:07 »
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