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    Release of ancient dna sample data

    The Reich Lab has released the data for 216 ancient dna samples, including bam, of which 212 have not previously been released.

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

    Other Labs must have been complaining.

    Nothing from the Italian mainland so I would assume none from samples they wish to release as part of future papers.


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    I wish they would release the Paleolithic Caucasus samples, so one day we could have a calculator based on it.

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    Hi Angela and Jovialis: Here is a preprint that looks interesting, I don't think it has any new samples, but the methodology they used to point to earlier connections (gene flow) between Anatolian and HG seemed interesting. I posted it here as it seems related, if you both think it deserves its own thread, please do so. In addition, if there is already a thread on this, sorry about that.

    Leo Speidel, Lara Cassidy, Robert W. Davies,Garrett Hellenthal, Pontus Skoglund, Simon R. Myers (2021) preprint entitled "Inferring population histories for ancient genomes 2 using genome-wide genealogies"



    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1...573v1.full.pdf
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    I notice ancient Native American haplogroups listed as Q1b rather than Q1a. Has the nomenclature changed again, or are these dead-end lines?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palermo Trapani View Post
    Hi Angela and Jovialis: Here is a preprint that looks interesting, I don't think it has any new samples, but the methodology they used to point to earlier connections (gene flow) between Anatolian and HG seemed interesting. I posted it here as it seems related, if you both think it deserves its own thread, please do so. In addition, if there is already a thread on this, sorry about that.

    Leo Speidel, Lara Cassidy, Robert W. Davies,Garrett Hellenthal, Pontus Skoglund, Simon R. Myers (2021) preprint entitled "Inferring population histories for ancient genomes 2 using genome-wide genealogies"



    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1...573v1.full.pdf
    I think this deserves its own thread in Ancient Dna Thread, even if it just reiterates a lot of things we already knew or suspected. Just post it there for further discussion if you think it will get lost here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    I think this deserves its own thread in Ancient Dna Thread. Just post it there for further discussion.
    Angela Ok. Will do

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    Angela: I thought I put the paper in a new thread, but doesn't seem to be showing up, obviously a user input error on my part. it is in posts in my profile, but not on the main forum.


    Edit to this, post, must have been a lag, the the paper is in the Paleolithic & Mesolithic sub-forum. Sorry for the confusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elghund View Post
    I notice ancient Native American haplogroups listed as Q1b rather than Q1a. Has the nomenclature changed again, or are these dead-end lines?
    The Native American samples are no so ancient after all. They're all within 2000 years, most within 1000 years. It looks like the nomenclature has changed quite a bit. Q-M3 is Q1b1a1a now, according to ISOGG's Y-DNA Haplogroup Tree, v.15.73.

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