Monthly Archives: June 2016

K = 13 admixture analysis of ancient Near Eastern genomes

Below is a plot for a K = 13 admixture analysis that includes 45 ancient Near Eastern genomes. This analysis produced five Caucasoid components. Three of them are similar to components in the preceding K = 12 analysis, while a

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K = 12 admixture analysis of ancient Near Eastern genomes

Below is a plot for a K = 12 admixture analysis that includes 45 ancient Near Eastern genomes. This analysis produced four Caucasoid components, one peaking in European hunter-gatherers, one in the early Neolithic farmers of Asia Minor and Europe,

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K = 11 admixture analysis of ancient Near Eastern genomes

Below is a plot for a K = 11 admixture analysis that includes 45 ancient Near Eastern genomes. The table below gives some information for these samples. This analysis produced three Caucasoid components. The plot shows that the early Neolithic

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Phenotype SNPs from the ancient Near East

Below are derived allele counts and total numbers of reads for SNPs that have a large effect on phenotype for 45 genomes from the ancient Near East. Nonzero derived allele counts are in bold. Note that small derived allele counts

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Y-SNP calls from the ancient Near East

In the table below are links to Y-SNP calls for samples from the ancient Near East. Sample Region Culture Haplogroup I1632 Armenia Copper Age L1a1-M27* calls I1635 Armenia Kura-Araxes R1b1a1b-CTS3187 calls I1293 Iran Mesolithic J2a-CTS1085 calls I1945 Iran Neolithic R2a-Y3399

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K = 13 admixture analysis of Neolithic Aegean genomes

Below is a plot for a K = 13 admixture analysis that includes five new Neolithic genomes from the Aegean. The following table gives some information for these samples. Sample Region Period Years BC Revenia 5 Greece Early Neolithic 6,438–6,264

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Phenotype SNPs from the Neolithic Aegean

Below are derived allele counts and total numbers of reads for SNPs that have a large effect on phenotype for five genomes from the Neolithic Aegean. Nonzero derived allele counts are in bold. Note that small derived allele counts may

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