Study on Genetic Diversity of Paternal Genes of Ancient Population along Hexi Corridor View Homepage


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YEARS

2014-2016

FUNDING AMOUNT

250000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Ancient DNA study is a good way to trace and date the dispersal of Eurasian genetic lineages and better understand the origin of current population. The findings deduced from our previously study of patrilineal genetic diversity suggested a probable gene communicate between ancient Eastern and western Chinese. Hexi Corridor is closely adjacent Northern Asia, an intermediate region of the Eurasian continent. Moreover, as a part of the Silk Road through the Northwest of China once had an important role in the east-west intercommunications, and thus this region maybe the bridge of gene exchange between different ancient populations. Besides, the Hexi region has different religious faith, cultures and life customs, a number of ethnic groups inhabit in there, and presumably experienced complicate history. The abundance of human genetic resources, but the lack of knowledge about population structure, especially the absence of a detailed Y Chromosomal variation data. This motivated our endeavors to dissect paternally genetic structure, and provid some valuable information about the origin and the population-forming processes of the Northern Chinese. More... »

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