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    If one wants these for 1240K, SNP calling needs to be made.

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    Regarding Human population dynamics and Yersinia pestis in ancient northeast Asia,
    is anyone able to confirm how to interprete the KITLG results: Data file S5

    Table S19 KITLG and EDAR.GIF

    In both there is variation between A and G. According to the Supplementary material, G means EDAR and A means non-EDAR and in the table only two BA samples, irk040 (3701–3533 calBCE) and irk017 (3335-3210 calBCE) carry A instead of G. However, this information is not given with KITLG.

    EDIT: It seems that G means the blond allele and A is ancestral,
    see https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4704868/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristiina View Post
    Regarding Human population dynamics and Yersinia pestis in ancient northeast Asia,
    is anyone able to confirm how to interprete the KITLG results: Data file S5

    Table S19 KITLG and EDAR.GIF

    In both there is variation between A and G. According to the Supplementary material, G means EDAR and A means non-EDAR and in the table only two BA samples, irk040 (3701–3533 calBCE) and irk017 (3335-3210 calBCE) carry A instead of G. However, this information is not given with KITLG.

    EDIT: It seems that G means the blond allele and A is ancestral.
    It makes one wonder if the KITLG blond allele originated in one person thousands of years ago and hence anyone that carries that allele got it from that one ancestor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Man View Post
    It makes one wonder if the KITLG blond allele originated in one person thousands of years ago and hence anyone that carries that allele got it from that one ancestor?
    From an ANE population?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristiina View Post
    Regarding Human population dynamics and Yersinia pestis in ancient northeast Asia,
    is anyone able to confirm how to interprete the KITLG results: Data file S5

    Table S19 KITLG and EDAR.GIF

    In both there is variation between A and G. According to the Supplementary material, G means EDAR and A means non-EDAR and in the table only two BA samples, irk040 (3701–3533 calBCE) and irk017 (3335-3210 calBCE) carry A instead of G. However, this information is not given with KITLG.

    EDIT: It seems that G means the blond allele and A is ancestral,
    see https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4704868/
    KITLG is the name of the gene, and that gene has numerous SNP's. The SNP in this table, rs4590952, is not linked to the blonde hair, but to the testicular cancer.

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    The SNP associated with blonde hair, in KITLG gene is rs12821256.

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    https://www.academia.edu/44892216/An...A_SUNY_Buffalo

    David W Anthony in press 2020

    Migration, ancient DNA, and Bronze Age pastoralists from the Eurasian steppes.

    In Daniels, Megan (ed.), Homo Migrans: Modeling Mobility and Migration in Human History. Albany: SUNY-Press, IEMA Distinguished Monograph Series.

    In Europe the spectre of nomads from the steppes invokes an image of mass migration by a faceless horde of savage warriors. Western archaeologists abandoned the faceless migrating horde decades ago as a usually imaginary and substantively worthless explanation for culture change, but Marija Gimbutas’s conception of the Kurgan Culture kept this image alive in archaeological debates about Late Neolithic cultural shifts long after it had disappeared in other contexts. Recent studies of ancient DNA revealed large-scale, long-distance migrations from the steppes in the Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age that have prompted some to ask the uneasy question of whether Gimbutas was right. This essay places the recent DNA discoveries and the debate about nomads from the steppes in its historical context; and pleads for a processual approach to migration quite different from the single-event, conquest model of Gimbutas.

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    Human population dynamics and Yersinia pestis in ancient northeast Asia
    Gülşah Merve Kılınç, Natalija Kashuba, Dilek Koptekin, Nora Bergfeldt, Handan Melike Dönertaş, Ricardo Rodríguez-Varela, Dmitrij Shergin, Grigorij Ivanov, Dmitrii Kichigin, Kjunnej Pestereva, Denis Volkov, Pavel Mandryka, Artur Kharinskii, Alexey Tishkin, Evgenij Ineshin, Evgeniy Kovychev, Aleksandr Stepanov, Love Dalén, Torsten Günther, Emrah Kırdök, Mattias Jakobsson, Mehmet Somel, Maja Krzewińska, Jan Storĺ, and Anders Götherström

    Abstract
    We present genome-wide data from 40 individuals dating to c.16,900 to 550 years ago in northeast Asia. We describe hitherto unknown gene flow and admixture events in the region, revealing a complex population history. While populations east of Lake Baikal remained relatively stable from the Mesolithic to the Bronze Age, those from Yakutia and west of Lake Baikal witnessed major population transformations, from the Late Upper Paleolithic to the Neolithic, and during the Bronze Age, respectively. We further locate the Asian ancestors of Paleo-Inuits, using direct genetic evidence. Last, we report the most northeastern ancient occurrence of the plague-related bacterium, Yersinia pestis. Our findings indicate the highly connected and dynamic nature of northeast Asia populations throughout the Holocene.
    Someone noticed that Khaiyrgas-1 is contemporary with AfontovaGora3, the region is very close, but genetically they are so different ?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by madaleninha View Post
    Someone noticed that Khaiyrgas-1 is contemporary with AfontovaGora3, the region is very close, but genetically they are so different ?...
    This is to be expected. ANE might have been important in the whole of eastern Siberia during the time of Yana, but it looks to have been replaced by Proto-American East Asians later on, who later mixed with ANEs related to Afontova more than Yana. The new Siberia paper didn't include a qpgraph, but it seems pretty likely that Khaiyrgas is a more ANE-admixed cousin of Kolyma and Ust-Kyakhta (also Proto-American East Asians).
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    Quote Originally Posted by rozenfeld View Post
    https://www.academia.edu/44892216/An...A_SUNY_Buffalo

    David W Anthony in press 2020

    Migration, ancient DNA, and Bronze Age pastoralists from the Eurasian steppes.

    In Daniels, Megan (ed.), Homo Migrans: Modeling Mobility and Migration in Human History. Albany: SUNY-Press, IEMA Distinguished Monograph Series.

    In Europe the spectre of nomads from the steppes invokes an image of mass migration by a faceless horde of savage warriors. Western archaeologists abandoned the faceless migrating horde decades ago as a usually imaginary and substantively worthless explanation for culture change, but Marija Gimbutas’s conception of the Kurgan Culture kept this image alive in archaeological debates about Late Neolithic cultural shifts long after it had disappeared in other contexts. Recent studies of ancient DNA revealed large-scale, long-distance migrations from the steppes in the Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age that have prompted some to ask the uneasy question of whether Gimbutas was right. This essay places the recent DNA discoveries and the debate about nomads from the steppes in its historical context; and pleads for a processual approach to migration quite different from the single-event, conquest model of Gimbutas.
    Enjoyable paper. Somewhat behind the times in that Anthony does not seem to be aware of the recent spate of R1b-L51 discoveries in Corded Ware.

    This, from page 14, sounds promising.

    Quote Originally Posted by David Anthony
    We need data from many more Yamnaya individuals and regions in order to determine where the migration process began, or whether migrants came from all regions. That much-needed data collection and analysis is now under way.

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