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Published Resources Details Journal Article
- The p49/TaqI Y-specific DNA haplotypes in Australian aborigines
- Gene Geography
- vol. 5, no. 3, 1991, pp. 131-136
The TaqI/p49 Y-specific RFLPs were studied in 59 Australian aborigines. A new haplotype was found (not present in Caucasians and Africans, number XXV). In the revised genealogy of haplotypes, Australian haplotypes appear to occupy an intermediate position between African Pygmies and Papua haplotypic repartitions, while the most common Australian haplotypes (haplotype III, 25% of the subjects) is apparently derived from them.
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