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    Post Iberian genetics

    I would love to see the full article...Dalonord, do you have access to this?

    Insights into Iberian population origins through the construction of highly informative Y-chromosome haplotypes using biallelic markers, STRs, and the MSY1 minisatellite.

    Brion M, Salas A, Gonzalez-Neira A, Lareu MV, Carracedo A.

    Unit of Genetics, Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Santiago de Compostela, E-15782 Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain.

    To investigate the diversity of Y chromosomes in the Iberian Peninsula and the North African population of Maghreb, we constructed superhaplotypes on the basis of 10 biallelic markers, 7 microsatellites, and 1 minisatellite located in the nonrecombining portion of the human Y chromosome. The analysis of extremely high MSY1 variability was performed by reducing the MVR-codes to modular structures. Y-STRs and MSY1 data provide information about the relationship between closely related populations such as those of Iberia. Analysis of biallelic markers allowed us to identify 7 of 12 haplogroups defined by those polymorphisms. The haplogroup background showed clear differences between Iberian populations and the North African one. The use of differently mutating Y-chromosome markers allowed us to infer different population events at different time scales: the Paleolithic background of the Iberian Peninsula, the Neolithic fingerprint on Y-chromosome lineages, and the Iron Age influence in the populations of Iberia. Implications of our results for the highly debated origin of Basques are also discussed. Am J Phys Anthropol, 2003. Copyright 2003 Wiley-Liss, Inc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Polak
    I would love to see the full article...Dalonord, do you have access to this?

    I'm looking. I'll let you know what I find....

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    Polak,

    Yup, I've got it....although their PDF version doesn't seem to be working. I can copy and paste the article and email it to you if you'd like. Let me know.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allenson
    Polak,

    Yup, I've got it....although their PDF version doesn't seem to be working. I can copy and paste the article and email it to you if you'd like. Let me know.

    cheers

    Yes, sir. That would be fantastic.

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    Post Insights Into Iberian Population Origins

    Insights Into Iberian Population Origins Through the Construction of Highly Informative Y-Chromosome Haplotypes Using Biallelic Markers, STRs, and the MSY1 Minisatellite

    To investigate the diversity of Y chromosomes in the Iberian Peninsula and the North African population of Maghreb, we constructed superhaplotypes on the basis of 10 biallelic markers, 7 microsatellites, and 1 minisatellite located in the nonrecombining portion of the human Y chromosome. The analysis of extremely high MSY1 variability was performed by reducing the MVR-codes to modular structures. Y-STRs and MSY1 data provide information about the relationship between closely related populations such as those of Iberia. Analysis of defined by those polymorphisms. The haplogroup background showed clear differences between Iberian populations and the North African one. The use of differently mutating Y-chromosome markers allowed us to infer different population events at different time scales: the Paleolithic background of the Iberian Peninsula, the Neolithic fingerprint on Y-chromosome lineages, and the Iron Age influence in the populations of Iberia. Implications of our results for the highly debated origin of Basques are also discussed.

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