Y-chromosome and autosomal STR diversity in four proximate settlements in Central Anatolia


A recent article entitled “Y-chromosome and autosomal STR diversity in four proximate settlements in Central Anatolia“,  of which I am a first co-author, is published in Forensic Science International: Genetics.  This article is mainly a basic description of genetic variation in Yuksekyer in Central Anatolia.  An anthropologically contextualized discussion of our observations in Yuksekyer is currently under review in American Anthropologist.

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5 thoughts on “Y-chromosome and autosomal STR diversity in four proximate settlements in Central Anatolia

    • Tesekkur. Ne yazik ki, anladigim kadari ile Amerika disindan linke bir sekilde ulasilamiyor. Baskalari da bildirdi…

  1. This article is quite interesting
    There are 4 haplotype out of 49 which belong to Haplogroup J2-L192.2
    These haplotypes can be found in yhrd.org with the follwoing citeria
    DYS19=15
    DYS389I=12
    DYS389II=28
    DYS390=24
    DYS392=11
    DYS393=12
    DYS385=13,16
    DYS438=9
    J-L192.2 Haplogroup has a wide geographic spread and you can find a google map here showing the so far knwon samples
    https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&oe=UTF8&msa=0&msid=217285169637465633721.0004933c6eb1a1632e3e5

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