Monthly Archives: February 2018

Higher-resolution K = 7 analysis of the European admixture in Chinchorro DNA

Below is a plot for a higher-resolution K = 7 admixture analysis that includes a Chinchorro mummy sample from Chile dated to 3972–3806 BC. This analysis uses a much larger number of transversion SNPs for all samples than my earlier

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Higher-resolution K = 6 analysis of the European admixture in Chinchorro DNA

Below is a plot for a higher-resolution K = 6 admixture analysis that includes a Chinchorro mummy sample from Chile dated to 3972–3806 BC. This analysis uses a much larger number of transversion SNPs for all samples than my earlier

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Higher-resolution K = 5 analysis of the European admixture in Chinchorro DNA

Below is a plot for a higher-resolution K = 5 admixture analysis that includes a Chinchorro mummy sample from Chile dated to 3972–3806 BC. This analysis uses a much larger number of transversion SNPs for all samples than my earlier

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Higher-resolution K = 4 analysis of the European admixture in Chinchorro DNA

Below is a plot for a higher-resolution K = 4 admixture analysis that includes a Chinchorro mummy sample from Chile dated to 3972–3806 BC. This analysis uses a much larger number of transversion SNPs for all samples than my earlier

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K = 14 admixture analysis of ancient Northern European genomes

Below is a plot for a K = 14 admixture analysis that includes 39 new genomes from ancient Northern Europe. The new samples are marked with an asterisk in the plot. The table above the plot gives some information for

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Pigmentation of ancient Northern Europeans

Below are predicted skin, hair, and eye color for new genomes from ancient Northern Europe. Sample Country Culture Date BC Skin Hair Eyes Spiginas 4 Lithuania Kunda 6440–6230 Medium Black Blue Motala AA Sweden Mesolithic 5722–5564 NA NA Blue Veibri

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Phenotype SNPs from ancient Northern Europe

Below are derived allele counts and total numbers of reads for SNPs that have a large effect on phenotype for new genomes from ancient Northern Europe. Nonzero derived allele counts are highlighted. Note that small derived allele counts may be

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