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    Pre-publication data release of high quality shotgun sequencing in Yfull

    Allen Ancient Genome Diversity Project / John Templeton Ancient DNA Atlas

    Pre-publication data release of high quality shotgun sequencing data from 216 ancient individuals
    Median coverage: 4.9x
    High coverage genomes (17-36x): 50


    https://www.yfull.com/samples-from-paper/499/

    While the data for 212 of these 216 individuals are not previously published, the shotgun sequencing was in every case performed on ancient DNA data libraries for which there has been previously published in-solution enrichment data on 1.24 million SNPs. Many of these libraries were generated as collaboration with other ancient DNA laboratories including Ron Pinhasi (University of Vienna, Austria), Wolfgang Haak and Johannes Krause (Max Planck Institute, Germany), Lars Fehren-Schmitz (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA), and Bastien Llamas (University of Adelaide, Australia).
    We are releasing the raw data including the bams as a resource to the community. However, please observe the Fort Lauderdale principles (here), which entitle the data producers to make the first presentation and publish the first genome-wide analysis of the data. The data can be used freely for studies of individual genes or other individual features of the genome, prior to any publication of a manuscript which we hope to have ready within the next year. If you plan to use some of these data in a publication, please cite the paper(s) in which the sequenced libraries were originally published (as specified in the metadata (here), along with this website as a reference for the shotgun sequence data

    https://reich.hms.harvard.edu/ancien...ersity-project

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Bush View Post
    Allen Ancient Genome Diversity Project / John Templeton Ancient DNA Atlas

    Pre-publication data release of high quality shotgun sequencing data from 216 ancient individuals
    Median coverage: 4.9x
    High coverage genomes (17-36x): 50


    https://www.yfull.com/samples-from-paper/499/

    While the data for 212 of these 216 individuals are not previously published, the shotgun sequencing was in every case performed on ancient DNA data libraries for which there has been previously published in-solution enrichment data on 1.24 million SNPs. Many of these libraries were generated as collaboration with other ancient DNA laboratories including Ron Pinhasi (University of Vienna, Austria), Wolfgang Haak and Johannes Krause (Max Planck Institute, Germany), Lars Fehren-Schmitz (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA), and Bastien Llamas (University of Adelaide, Australia).
    We are releasing the raw data including the bams as a resource to the community. However, please observe the Fort Lauderdale principles (here), which entitle the data producers to make the first presentation and publish the first genome-wide analysis of the data. The data can be used freely for studies of individual genes or other individual features of the genome, prior to any publication of a manuscript which we hope to have ready within the next year. If you plan to use some of these data in a publication, please cite the paper(s) in which the sequenced libraries were originally published (as specified in the metadata (here), along with this website as a reference for the shotgun sequence data

    https://reich.hms.harvard.edu/ancien...ersity-project
    Can someone confirm the finding of five R1b M 73 samples among the mesolithic Kunda culture?
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Bush View Post
    5 samples G-PF3148 and downstream, cool. Czech Republic is one of the few countries this G line is more popular than L30 (3-5% of the population or something).

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