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    Blonde hair and colored eyes Among The Arab tribes High percentage of J1

    Marsh Arabs of Iraq:
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    In search of the genetic footprints of Sumerians: a survey of Y-chromosome and mtDNA variation in the Marsh Arabs of Iraq

    https://bmcevolbiol.biomedcentral.co...71-2148-11-288

    J1=81.1%
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    In 2013, archaeologists found a temporal bone fragment of an ancient human in the cave. Direct AMS dating of the bone yielded an estimated date of 13,300 BP for the age of the bone. Researchers successfully extracted DNA from the petrous part of the temporal bone and managed to recover low coverage genomes.

    The ancient individual from Satsurblia was male with black hair and brown eyes; however, the individual is one of the earliest found to carry the derived HERC2 allele for blue eyes. The Satsurblia individual also likely had light skin, as he was found to carry the derived SLC24A5 allele for light skin. The Satsurblia individual was also lactose intolerant and did not carry the derived EDAR allele commonly found in East Asians and Native Americans.

    The Satsurblia individual belongs to mtDNA Haplogroup K3 and Y-DNA Haplogroup J1-Y6305*.[8][9][6] About 1.7-2.4% of the Satsurblia individual's DNA was Neanderthal in origin.


    Upper Palaeolithic genomes reveal deep roots
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