Papers related with Population Genomics

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  • Genomic evidence for the Pleistocene and recent population history of Native Americans[1], Science, 2015, Maanasa Raghavan et al.
  • A map of human genome variation from population-scale sequencing[2], Nature 467,1061–1073 (28 October 2010), The 1000 Genomes Project Consortium
  • Ancient human genomes suggest three ancestral populations for present-day Europeans[3] , Nature 503, 409-413 (18 September 2014),  Iosif Lazaridis et al.
  • Deep Whole-Genome Sequencing of 100 Southeast Asian Malays[4], Cell Volume 92, Issue 1, p52-66, 10 January 2013, Lai-Ping Wong et al.
  • Great ape genetic diversity and population history[5], Nature 499, 471-475 (25 July 2013), Javier Prado-Martinez et al.
  • Upper Palaeolithic Siberian genome reveals dual ancestry of Native Americans[6], Nature 505, 87-91 (02 January 2014), Maanasa Raghavan et al.
  • Unravelling the Genetic History of Negritos and Indigenous Populations of southeast Asia[7], Genome Bio Evol (2015) 7 (5) : 1206-1215, Farhang Aghakhanian et al.
  • Whole genome sequencing of Turkish genomes reveals functional private alleles and impact of genetic interactions with Europe, Asia and Africa[8]. BMC Genomics 2015, 15:963, Can Alkan et al.
  • Genetic evidence for two founding populations of the Americas[9], Nature 525, 104-108 (03 September 2015), Pontus Skoglund et al.
  • Genomic Diversity and Admixture Differs for Sone_age Scandinavian Foragers and Farners[10], Science 16 May 2014, vol:433, Issue 6185, pp. 747-750, Pontus Skoglund et al.
  • Inference of human population history from individual whole-genome sequences[11], Nature 475, 493-496 (28 July 2011), Heng Li & Richard Durbin
  • Genome-wide insights into the genetic history of human populations[12], Investigative Genetics 2015, 6:6, Irina Pugach and Mark Stoneking
  • The population genomic landscape of human genetic structure, admixture hisory and local adaptation in peninsular Malaysia[13], Human genetics, September 2014, Volume 133, Issue 9, pp 1169-1185, Lian Deng et al.
  • Insights into the Genetic Structrue and Diversity of 38 South Asian Indian from Deep Whole-Genome Sequencing[14], PLoS Genet 10(5): e1004377, 2014, Lai-Ping Wong et al.
  • The great human expansion[15], PNAS vol.109 no 44, 30 October 2012, Brenna M. Henn et al
  • Inferring human population size and separation history from multiple genome sequences[16], Nature genetics 46, 919-925 (2014), Stephan Schiffels and Richard Durbin
  • Deep History of East Asian Populations Revealed Through Genetic Analysis of the Ainu[17], GENETICS, vol. 202 no. 1 261-272, 5 January 2016, Choongwon Jeong, Shigeki Nakagome, Anna Di Rienzo
  • The impact of whole-genome sequencing on the reconstruction of human population history[18], Nature Reviews Genetics 15, 149-162 (2014), Krishna R. Veeramah and Michael F. Hammer
  • Massive migration from the steppe was a source for Indo-European languages in Europe[19], Nature 522, 207-211 ( 11 June 2015), Worlfgang Haak et al.
  • Genome-wide patterns of selection in 230 ancient Eurasians[20], Nature 528, 499-503 ( 24 December 2015), Iain Methieson et al.
  • Evolutionary history of continental South East Asians: “early train” hypothesis based on genetic analysis of mitochondrial and autosomal DNA data[21], Mol Biol Evol (2012) 29 (11) 3513-3527, Timothy A. Jinam et al.
  • Population Genetics Structure of Peninsular Malaysia malay Sub-Ethic Groups[22], PLoS ONE 6 (4): e18312, 5 April 2011, The HUGO Pan-Asian SNP Consortium and Wan Isa Hatin et al.
  • Genetic evidence supports linguistic affinity of Mlabri - a hunter - gatherer group in Thailand[23], BMC Genetics 2010, 11:18, The HUGO Pan-Asian SNP Consortium and Shuhua Xu et al.
  • The Indonesian archipelago: an ancient genetic highway linking Asia and the Pacific[24], Journal of Human Genetics (2013) 58, 165-173, Meryanne K Tumonggor et al.
  • Early Austronesians : Into and Out of Taiwan[25], AJHG volume 94, Issue 3, 6 March 2014, Pages 426-436, Albert Min-Shan Ko et al.
  • Insight the Peopling of Mainland Southeast Asia from Thai Population Genetic Structure[26], PLoS ONE 8(11):e79522, 2013, Pongsakorn Wangkumhang et al.
  • Genomic study of the Ket: a Paleo-Eskimo-related ethnic group with significant ancient North Eurasian ancestry[27], bioRxiv, Posted 13 August 2015, Pavel Flegontov et al.
  • Isolation, contact and social behavior shaped genetic diversity in West Timor[28], Jornal of Human Genetics(2014) 59, 494-503, Meryanne K Tumonggor et al.
  • Genetic Structure of the Han Chinese Population Revealed by Genom-Wide SNP Variation[29], AJHG volume 85, Issue 6, 11 December 2009, Jieming Chen et al.
  • A Qunatitative Comparison of the Similarity between Genes and Geography in Worldwide Human Populations[30], PLoS Genet 8(8): e1002886,  23 August 2012, Chaolong Wang et al.
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