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印度东北的南亚语部落提供了南亚和东南亚人群见的基因联系

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发表于 2010-1-23 14:49 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
Austro-Asiatic Tribes of Northeast India Provide Hitherto Missing Genetic Link between South and Southeast Asia

B. Mohan Reddy,1* B. T. Langstieh,1,2 Vikrant Kumar,1,3 T. Nagaraja,1 A. N. S. Reddy,1 Aruna Meka,1 A. G. Reddy,4 K. Thangaraj,4 and Lalji Singh4

Northeast India, the only region which currently forms a land bridge between the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia, has been proposed as an important corridor for the initial peopling of East Asia. Given that the Austro-Asiatic linguistic family is considered to be the oldest and spoken by certain tribes in India, Northeast India and entire Southeast Asia, we expect that populations of this family from Northeast India should provide the signatures of genetic link between Indian and Southeast Asian populations. In order to test this hypothesis, we analyzed mtDNA and Y-Chromosome SNP and STR data of the eight groups of the Austro-Asiatic Khasi from Northeast India and the neighboring Garo and compared with that of other relevant Asian populations. The results suggest that the Austro-Asiatic Khasi tribes of Northeast India represent a genetic continuity between the populations of South and Southeast Asia, thereby advocating that northeast India could have been a major corridor for the movement of populations from India to East/Southeast Asia.

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