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489Re: [Ashkenazi-Q] Anything New?

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    Dec 12, 2008
      "In the gene pool of Northern Altaians, it is the
      second most frequent haplogroup /Q/ after R1a1 (22%); in
      Southern Altaians, the proportion of this haplogroup /Q/ is
      significantly lower (4%). In earlier studies, haplogroup
      Q* with different frequencies was described in most of
      Siberian ethnic groups. With low frequency (1 to 17%;
      with the average of 5%) this haplogroup is found in
      Middle and Central Asia, India, and Siberia [27, 53].
      High frequencies of haplogroup Q* are detected among
      Native Americans (up to 25%), where it is the second
      most frequent haplogroup after its derivative, haplo-
      group Q3 [54]. In Siberia, this haplogroup accounts for
      the lion’s share (66%) of the Selkup gene pool [27],
      while the highest Q* frequency was detected in Kets
      (94%). In other parts of the region the Q* frequency
      varies in the range from 5 to 15%. It is suggested that
      peak frequency of haplogroup Q* in the region of con-
      temporary residence of Kets and Selkups does not point
      to this region as to the center of origin of this haplo-
      group. It is known that presumptive motherland of the
      ethnic groups mentioned above is located in South
      Siberia, where their ancestors are thought to have pen-
      etrated from Central Asia [55, 56]. These data are con-
      sistent with the information on the significant participa-
      tion of the Samoyedic ethnic groups in the ethnogeny of
      Northern Altaians."


      ISSN 1022-7954, Russian Journal of Genetics, 2007, Vol. 43, No.
      5, pp. 551–562. © Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2007.
      Original Russian Text © V.N. Kharkov, V.A. Stepanov, O.F.
      Medvedeva, M.G. Spiridonova, M.I. Voevoda, V.N. Tadinova, V.P.
      Puzyrev, 2007, published in Genetika, 2007, Vol. 43,
      No. 5, pp. 675–687.

      Analysis of Gene Pool Differences between Northern and Southern

      Inferred from the Data on Y-Chromosomal Haplogroups
      V. N. Kharkova, V. A. Stepanova, O. F. Medvedeva, M. G.Piridonova
      ,M. I. Voevoda,V. N. Tadinova, and V. P. Puzyreva
      Institute of Medical Genetics, Tomsk Scientific Center, Russian
      Academy of Medical Sciences, Tomsk, 634050 Russia;
      fax: (3822)51-37-44; e-mail: vadim.stepanov@...
      Institute of Internal Medicine, Russian Academy of Medical
      Sciences, Novosibirsk, 630089 Russia; fax: (3832)64-25-16
      Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Russian Academy of Sciences,
      Novosibirsk, 630090 Russia; fax: (383)333-12-78
      Republican Children Hospital, Gorno-Altaisk, 649002 Altai
      Republic, Russia; fax: (38822)2-61-86
      Received March 6, 2006

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