More Y-SNP calls for an early Neolithic Hungarian genome

Here are more Y-SNP calls for KO1, a sample from the early Neolithic Körös culture of Hungary, dated to 5780–5650 BC. The autosomal analyses of KO1 showed that he was genetically similar to the Y haplogroup I hunter-gatherers of Mesolithic Europe, and that he had no admixture from the Southeastern Europeans who first introduced farming to Europe.

The Y-SNP calls for KO1 show that he belonged to Y haplogroup pre-I2a1a2a1-L1287. This is the same Y haplogroup that was found in one of the hunter-gatherer samples from Motala, Sweden dated to around 6000 BC, and also in three of the hunter-gatherer samples from the Pitted Ware culture in Sweden dated to around 2750 BC.

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