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发表于 2013-9-7 10:06 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
DISCONTINUITY SCREENING OF THE EARLY FARMERS’ MT-DNA LINEAGES IN THE CARPATHIAN BASIN
Discontinuous mitochondrial (mt) haplotype data between Central-Europe’s first farmers and contemporary Europeans have been described before. Hungary was a key-area of the Neolithisation, in the route of Neolithisation following the River Danube, and that was also the birthplace of the Linear Pottery Culture, which later colonised Western and Northern Europe. Neolithic and post-Neolithic human remains as well as contemporary population of Hungary is involved in our project to gain information on their mt-haplotype pattern and especially on the frequency of Asian haplotypes in the Carpathian Basin. HVS-I sequences from nt15977 to nt16430 of Neolithic specimens with sufficient mtDNA preservation among an extended Neolithic collection were analysed for polymorphisms, identifying 23 different ones.A novel, N9a, N1a, C5, D1/G1a, M/R24 haplogroups were determined among the pre-industrial Hungarians. The presence of Asian haplotypes in the ancient populations must be taken into consideration when reconstructing the population history of Europe and Asia, so a survey of the recent Asian haplotype frequency in Europe is unavoidable. The ancient and recent haplotype pattern of Hungary is definitely worth further investigation to test a theory on the continuous population history of Europe, wheter genetic gaps between ancient and recent human populations of Europe were more likely to be detected.
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