蓝海人类学在线 Ryan WEI's Forum of Anthropology

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Contextualizing the Tianyuan genome within present and ancient human genomic diversity

Melinda Yang(1), Qiaomei Fu(1), Svante Paabo(1,2), Matthias Meyer(1,2), Janet Kelso(1,2)
1  Laboratory on Molecular Paleontology of MPI-EVA and IVPP, Beijing, China,
2  Department of Evolutionary Genetics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany

Recently, many studies have produced an unprecedented number of ancient human genomes, providing insight on human dynamics in many regions, particularly West Eurasia and the Americas.  Here, we present genome-wide data from the Tianyuan specimen, dating to ~40,000 years ago.  Unlike other ancient genomes studied to date, the Tianyuan genome is the first ancient Upper Paleolithic sample analyzed to have contributed greatly to the East Eurasian ancestral lineage.  We compare Tianyuan to several ancient and present day human genomes to better understand both the genetic diversity in the Upper Paleolithic and the similarities and differences between Tianyuan and present day populations.  Overall, the addition of genome-wide Tianyuan data provides greater insight into the population history in Eurasia over the last 40,000 years.


曾经在坛里讨论过的(一篇文章分析了mtDNA和染色体21的一部分(DNA analysis of an early modern human from Tianyuan Cave, China。现在这个报告摘要说 “Here, we present genome-wide data from the Tianyuan specimen” 看起来有新的数据要发表。




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