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Tomenable
10-08-16, 21:38
I uploaded I0122 genome from Khvalynsk culture to DNA.Land:

https://dna.land

The result is interesting - "Indus Valley" and "Kalash" appeared:

Khvalynsk culture from the Volga Region, sample I0122:

"Ancestry Report" from DNA.Land:

https://s10.postimg.org/ck84j9wyh/Khvalynsk_sample_I0122.png

https://s10.postimg.org/ck84j9wyh/Khvalynsk_sample_I0122.png

Tomenable
10-08-16, 21:39
Is it a signal of Khvalynsk-derived ancestry in Indus Valley and among the Kalash?

Or is it a signal of prehistoric South Asian admixture among Khvalynsk population?

Tomenable
11-08-16, 06:47
Yamnaya culture, sample I0443 (Lopatino II, Sok River):

12% "Indus Valley" and ~6% "Kalash":

https://s10.postimg.org/7cru39ofd/Yamna_I0443.png

Tomenable
11-08-16, 07:06
"Northwest European" - reference populations include Norwegians, Orcadians, Icelanders, etc.:

https://s10.postimg.org/7hr7k3umh/Ivan_Yamnayev.png

This shows in which modern populations alleles found in ancient samples peak. So this makes perfect sense, because already Haak 2015 wrote that North-East Europeans (such as Lithuanians and Belarusians) and Scandinavians (such as Norwegians or Norwegian-descended Orcadians and Icelanders) have the highest percent of Yamnaya ancestry. Therefore it is no surprise that this "Ancestry Report" for ancient Yamnaya sample looks like ancestry report for some modern person with mixed Belarusian-Norwegian-Indo-Iranian grandparents.

berun
11-08-16, 22:24
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