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    Anthropol Anz. 2001 Sep;59(3):233-42.


    [Genetic studies in the Cologne administrative district (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany): DNA-STR systems FGA, TH01, VWA and YNZ22]

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    Scheil HG, Huckenbeck W, Schuhen S, Schulz S.

    Institut fur Humangenetik und Anthropologie, Heinrich-Heine-Universitat Dusseldorf. scheil@uni-duesseldorf.de

    The DNA-STR systems FGA, TH01, VWA, YNZ22 have been studied in two German population samples (Eschweiler, Stolberg and Hurtgenwald, Inden, Langerwehe, administrative area of Cologne, Northrhine-Westphalia). The cluster analysis, including data from Dusseldorf, Germany and from Poland, resulted in a cluster with Eschweiler, Stolberg and Dusseldorf, separating to a certain degree Hurtgenwald, Inden, Langerwehe and Poland more clearly. In contrary to the expectations (based on the history of the migration from Northeastern Europe to Northrhine-Westfalia) and the results of the study of 22 hemogenetic systems (Scheil & Huckenbeck 2000) there was a somewhat larger genetic distance between Eschweiler, Stolberg and Poland than between Hurtgenwald, Inden, Langerwehe and Poland. The combined data of the four STRs and the 22 hemogenetic systems resulted--as expected--in smaller genetic distances between Eschweiler, Stolberg and Poland as well as between Dusseldorf and Poland. These different genetic distances are interpreted as a result of the migration from North-East Europe to North Rhine-Westphalia in the last 130 years and the selective geographic distribution of the migrants in the industrial and urbanised areas.

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    Post Re: Genetic studies in the Cologne administrative district - abstract

    Quote Originally Posted by Euclides
    Anthropol Anz. 2001 Sep;59(3):233-42.


    [Genetic studies in the Cologne administrative district (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany): DNA-STR systems FGA, TH01, VWA and YNZ22]

    [Article in German]

    Scheil HG, Huckenbeck W, Schuhen S, Schulz S.

    Institut fur Humangenetik und Anthropologie, Heinrich-Heine-Universitat Dusseldorf. scheil@uni-duesseldorf.de

    The DNA-STR systems FGA, TH01, VWA, YNZ22 have been studied in two German population samples (Eschweiler, Stolberg and Hurtgenwald, Inden, Langerwehe, administrative area of Cologne, Northrhine-Westphalia). The cluster analysis, including data from Dusseldorf, Germany and from Poland, resulted in a cluster with Eschweiler, Stolberg and Dusseldorf, separating to a certain degree Hurtgenwald, Inden, Langerwehe and Poland more clearly. In contrary to the expectations (based on the history of the migration from Northeastern Europe to Northrhine-Westfalia) and the results of the study of 22 hemogenetic systems (Scheil & Huckenbeck 2000) there was a somewhat larger genetic distance between Eschweiler, Stolberg and Poland than between Hurtgenwald, Inden, Langerwehe and Poland. The combined data of the four STRs and the 22 hemogenetic systems resulted--as expected--in smaller genetic distances between Eschweiler, Stolberg and Poland as well as between Dusseldorf and Poland. These different genetic distances are interpreted as a result of the migration from North-East Europe to North Rhine-Westphalia in the last 130 years and the selective geographic distribution of the migrants in the industrial and urbanised areas.

    Could we get the whole report???

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    Post Re: Genetic studies in the Cologne administrative district - abstract

    Quote Originally Posted by Polak
    Could we get the whole report???

    not possible

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