Admixture analyses of the complete La Braña 1 genome

Below are the results of globe4, globe13, and MDLP World-22 analyses of the complete La Braña 1 genome. I’ve also included the results for the calculator that I used in the K = 26 admixture analysis of Amerindians and Mestizos.

The globe4 results contradict Dienekes’ globe4 results for the fragmentary La Braña 1 genome. Those results showed none of the Indianid component, but the results for the complete genome show a spurious 11.82% of the Indianid component.

The globe13 results show good agreement with Dienekes’ globe13 results for the fragmentary genome. Both analyses show about 72% of the Nordic component, a significant amount of the Mediterranean component, and a small amount of a Negroid component.

The MDLP World-22 results contradict Vadim Verenich’s MDLP World-22 results for the fragmentary genome. Those results showed 80.9% of the Cro-Magnon Nordic component and none of the Aryan Nordic component, but the results for the complete genome show 65.77% of the Aryan component and 10.89% of the Cro-Magnon component.

The K = 26 results contradict the results for the fragmentary genome, which showed only the Finnish and archaic components, while these results also show a large amount of the Basque component and a small amount of the Sardinian component.

The K = 26 results identify the Negroid admixture appearing in the other results as being primarily archaic.

Mediterraneans had entered Iberia by 8,000 years ago, a thousand years before the time of La Braña 1, so it makes sense that La Braña 1 would have some Mediterranean admixture.

globe4

  • 80.69% Caucasoid (“European”)
  • 11.82% Indianid (“Amerindian”)
  • 3.93% Negroid (“African”)
  • 3.56% Mongoloid (“Asian”)

globe13

  • 72.70% Nordic (“North_European”)
  • 16.22% Mediterranean (“Mediterranean”)
  • 3.74% Paleo-Negrid (“West_African”)
  • 3.47% Sinid (“East_Asian”)
  • 2.13% Veddoid (“South_Asian”)
  • 1.70% Melanesid (“Australasian”)
  • 0.02% Nilotid (“East_African”)
  • 0.01% Capoid (“Palaeo_African”)
  • 0.01% Tungid (“Siberian”)
  • 0.00% Alpine (“West_Asian”)
  • 0.00% Eskimid (“Arctic”)
  • 0.00% Indianid (“Amerindian”)
  • 0.00% Orientalid (“Southwest_Asian”)

MDLP World-22

  • 65.77% Aryan Nordic (“North-East-European”)
  • 13.28% Mediterranean (“Atlantic_Mediterranean_Neolithic”)
  • 10.89% Cro-Magnon Nordic (“North-European-Mesolithic”)
  • 2.95% Sinid (“East-South-Asian”)
  • 2.45% Negroid (“Sub-Saharian”)
  • 1.65% Melanesid (“Austronesian”)
  • 1.04% Bambutid (“Pygmy”)
  • 0.77% Australid (“Melanesian”)
  • 0.64% Veddoid (“Indian”)
  • 0.41% Qiangid (“Indo-Tibetan”)
  • 0.13% Capoid (“South-African”)
  • 0.02% Uralid (“Samoedic”)
  • 0.00% Alpine (“West-Asian”)
  • 0.00% Brazilid (“South-America_Amerind”)
  • 0.00% Centralid (“Mesoamerican”)
  • 0.00% East-Sibirid (“Paleo-Siberian”)
  • 0.00% Eskimid (“Arctic-Amerind”)
  • 0.00% North-Indid (“Indo-Iranian”)
  • 0.00% Orientalid (“Near_East”)
  • 0.00% Pacifid (“North-Amerind”)
  • 0.00% Tungid (“East-Siberean”)
  • 0.00% West-Sibirid (“North-Siberean”)

Old World 26

  • 38.08% Finnish
  • 37.42% Basque
  • 4.75% Sardinian
  • 2.55% Archaic
  • 2.20% Yoruba
  • 2.13% San
  • 1.84% Papuan
  • 1.30% She
  • 1.21% Dai
  • 1.18% Kenya Bantu
  • 1.13% Biaka Pygmy
  • 0.99% Mbuti Pygmy
  • 0.85% Mandenka
  • 0.79% Melanesian
  • 0.71% Yakut
  • 0.65% Japanese
  • 0.60% Naxi
  • 0.43% Lahu
  • 0.39% Gujarati
  • 0.28% Palestinian
  • 0.17% Burusho
  • 0.11% Bedouin
  • 0.09% Mozabite
  • 0.08% Brahui
  • 0.03% Druze
  • 0.03% Kalash
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