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  1. ScienceNews reports: Britons might not be...

    ScienceNews reports:

    Britons might not be Anglo-Saxons, a genetic analysis of five ancient skeletons hints.

    When archaeological digs revealed ancient graves on the grounds of the Wellcome Trust...
  2. Haha... You are so right!! Yeah, I can't...

    Haha... You are so right!!



    Yeah, I can't believe they would contradict their abstract like that. I haven't seen confusion like this since... I don't know when! Can you remember anything like...
  3. Charleston Chiang (@cwkchiang) reports from ASHG...

    Charleston Chiang (@cwkchiang) reports from ASHG 2014 the following:

    Schiffels: Older Iron age samples more like present British samples, while younger AS samples left little imprint on modern...
  4. Now also confirmed as DF21+, Z246+, and DF25+.

    Now also confirmed as DF21+, Z246+, and DF25+.
  5. The Hinxton 4 - ERS389798 sample has been...

    The Hinxton 4 - ERS389798 sample has been confirmed as positive for R1b-L21 by Felix Chandrakumar (Felix's Thought Logs.)

    Other markers as follows: P312+ S424-, L746/S310-, L563-, L679-, Z2961-,...
  6. More evidence of Corded Ware bringing population...

    More evidence of Corded Ware bringing population change in Northern Europe over at Anthropologie:

    http://puvodni.mzm.cz/Anthropologie/article.php?ID=1549

    An analysis by David on the topic over...
  7. Right, but it will be interesting nonetheless to...

    Right, but it will be interesting nonetheless to see if they are R1a-Z280, R1a -Y2395, R1a-CTS4385, R1a-L664, or some extinct line. Also, it will be quite informative to learn the the percentages of...
  8. mtDNA haplogroup V7 from ~5,000-year old kurgan of the Novosvobodnaya culture

    Acta Naturae. 2014 Apr-Jun; 6(2): 31–35.

    Analysis of the Mitochondrial Genome of a Novosvobodnaya Culture Representative using Next-Generation Sequencing and Its Relation to the Funnel Beaker...
  9. Strong genetic admixture in the Altai at the Middle Bronze Age

    Hollard et al., Strong genetic admixture in the Altai at the Middle Bronze Age revealed by uniparental and ancestry informative markers, Forensic Science International: Genetics, published online 04...
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    New R1a Paper by Underhill et al. (2014)

    Supplemental Info

    http://www.nature.com/ejhg/journal/vaop/ncurrent/suppinfo/ejhg201450s1.html?url=/ejhg/journal/vaop/ncurrent/abs/ejhg201450a.html

    Figures and Tables
    ...
  11. Poll: http://www.nbcnews.com/science/dark-skin-blue-eyes...

    http://www.nbcnews.com/science/dark-skin-blue-eyes-genes-paint-picture-7-000-year-2D11996418
  12. Poll: Absolutely. The whole Eastern half of Europe from...

    Absolutely. The whole Eastern half of Europe from present day Ukraine to the Urals probably contained some R1a-M17 groups.
    If ANE was present in Mesolithic Europe, then R1 probably was as well. R1...
  13. Poll: Definitely all in on I2!! Lol! I2a1b was...

    Definitely all in on I2!! Lol! I2a1b was widespread in Mesolithic Europeans (see the Lazaridis paper.)
  14. Ancient human genomes suggest three ancestral populations for present-day Europeans

    Ancient human genomes suggest three ancestral populations for present-day Europeans

    Iosif Lazaridis et al.

    Analysis of ancient DNA can reveal historical events that are difficult to discern...
  15. Poll: I'm putting my money on R1a1a-M17. They were the...

    I'm putting my money on R1a1a-M17. They were the blue-eyed, hunter-gatherers of the mammoth steppe, and from Mesolithic Europe to Siberia they roamed. I2, I bet originated in the Middle East/ Eastern...
  16. Z2123 is very widespread from India to the...

    Z2123 is very widespread from India to the Bashkirs to Germany. If it does prove to be Middle Eastern in origin I imagine it was probably brought into Sardinia during the Roman or Byzantine Empires....
  17. Egyptian Ancient Dna from the Old and Middle Kingdoms

    *Caution* As reported by Beyoku at Forum Biodiversity in a soon to be published report.

    Old Kingdom (2686-2181 BCE)

    ySNP, mtDna

    A-M13, L3f
    A-M13, L0a1
    B-M150, L3d
    E-M2, L3e5
  18. The Lombards originating in present day...

    The Lombards originating in present day Northwestern Germany on the North German Plain as part of the Suebi confederation initially probably only carried just I1 and R1b-U106 with a small percentage...
  19. Y Chromosomes of Corded Ware at Wroclaw-Jagodno (SW Poland)

    Two teeth coming from fossil human skeletons were examined in the Molecular Technology Institute of Forensic Medicine Department, Wroclaw Medical University. It was stated that both teeth came from...
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    Haha... sure you're on. I love a long shot. And...

    Haha... sure you're on. I love a long shot. And mostly all C for Mesolithic Europe is certainly a very, very long shot indeed! Drinks are almost certainly on me!

    It just strikes me that people...
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    Ancient Dna Studies Wish List

    With the Holiday Season and New Year fast approaching what is everyone looking forward to on the genetics front?

    What is on your wish list? And what is your prediction as to what will be revealed?...
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