Friday, May 21, 2010

ATI one-stop referential page for notes on DNA studies

Reviews on mtDNA studies:

Haplogroups L0, L1, L2 & L3

Mitochondrial DNA M1 haplogroup: A Response To Ana M. Gonzalez et al. 2007

L1, L2 & L3 haplogroups: mtDNA Analysis of Nile River Valley Populations

"Ethno-specific" markers?

Correlating mtDNA Markers with The Journey of Contemporary E3a-bearers' Ancestors

An Analysis of "The Dawn of Human Matrilineal Diversity"

Looking into the study: Distance from Africa, not climate, explains within-population phenotypic diversity in humans

Unwinding the Convoluted Character of the Emergence of the Imazighen Groups

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - I

Review - "Linking the sub-Saharan and West Eurasian gene pools: maternal and paternal heritage of the Tuareg nomads from the African Sahel"

An Investigation into the "Mysterious" Mesolithic Maghrebi populations

KhoiSan: As the "Oldest" Surviving "Tribes" 

Update on Investigation into the "Mysterious" EpiPaleolithic Maghrebi Remains!

Haplogroup L5

KhoiSan: As the "Oldest" Surviving "Tribes"

Update on Investigation into the "Mysterious" EpiPaleolithic Maghrebi Remains!

Haplotype L6

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - I

Haplogroup M1

Mitochondrial DNA M1 haplogroup: A Response To Ana M. Gonzalez et al. 2007

L1, L2 & L3 haplogroups: mtDNA Analysis of Nile River Valley Populations

An Analysis of "The Dawn of Human Matrilineal Diversity" 

U6: A standalone clade?

How the term "Berber" stuck to modern day Amazighan speakers

Unwinding the Convoluted Character of the Emergence of the Imazighen Groups

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Population Relationships in the Mediterranean Revealed by Autosomal Genetic Data (Alu and Alu/STR Compound Systems)

Review - "Linking the sub-Saharan and West Eurasian gene pools: maternal and paternal heritage of the Tuareg nomads from the African Sahel"

An Investigation into the "Mysterious" Mesolithic Maghrebi populations

Update on Investigation into the "Mysterious" EpiPaleolithic Maghrebi Remains!

Haplogroup M

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - I

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - II

An Investigation into the "Mysterious" Mesolithic Maghrebi populations

Update on Investigation into the "Mysterious" EpiPaleolithic Maghrebi Remains! 

Haplogroup N

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - I

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - II

An Investigation into the "Mysterious" Mesolithic Maghrebi populations

Update on Investigation into the "Mysterious" EpiPaleolithic Maghrebi Remains! 

Haplogroup X

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - II

Haplogroup B

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - I

Haplogroup JT

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - I

An Investigation into the "Mysterious" Mesolithic Maghrebi populations

Update on Investigation into the "Mysterious" EpiPaleolithic Maghrebi Remains! 

Haplogroup J

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon I

Haplogroup T

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - I

Haplogroup pre-HV ( Hg R0)

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - I

Haplogroups HV, H, and V

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - I

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - II

Review - "Linking the sub-Saharan and West Eurasian gene pools: maternal and paternal heritage of the Tuareg nomads from the African Sahel"

An Investigation into the "Mysterious" Mesolithic Maghrebi populations

Update on Investigation into the "Mysterious" EpiPaleolithic Maghrebi Remains! 

Haplogroup U

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - II

An Investigation into the "Mysterious" Mesolithic Maghrebi populations

Haplogroup U1

U6: A standalone clade?

Haplogroup U5

U6: A standalone clade?

Review - "Linking the sub-Saharan and West Eurasian gene pools: maternal and paternal heritage of the Tuareg nomads from the African Sahel"

Haplogroup U6

An Analysis of "The Dawn of Human Matrilineal Diversity"

U6: A standalone clade?

How the term "Berber" stuck to modern day Amazighan speakers

Unwinding the Convoluted Character of the Emergence of the Imazighen Groups

"Demic Diffusion" Dynastic models: R.I.P.

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Population Relationships in the Mediterranean Revealed by Autosomal Genetic Data (Alu and Alu/STR Compound Systems)

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - II

Review - "Linking the sub-Saharan and West Eurasian gene pools: maternal and paternal heritage of the Tuareg nomads from the African Sahel"

An Investigation into the "Mysterious" Mesolithic Maghrebi populations

Update on Investigation into the "Mysterious" EpiPaleolithic Maghrebi Remains! 

Haplogroup U9 and U4

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - II

Reviews on Y-DNA studies:

Haplogroup A

An Analysis of "The Dawn of Human Matrilineal Diversity"

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Timbuktu: The Stripping has Began - Conclusion

KhoiSan: As the "Oldest" Surviving "Tribes"  

Haplogroup B

Correlating mtDNA Markers with The Journey of Contemporary E3a-bearers' Ancestors

Timbuktu: The Stripping has Began - Conclusion

KhoiSan: As the "Oldest" Surviving "Tribes"

Haplogroup DE (YAP+)

DE* as "Last Refuge" of Sects so psychologically troubled by African Ancestry?

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

Haplogroup D

DE* as "Last Refuge" of Sects so psychologically troubled by African Ancestry?

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

Haplogroup E

DE* as "Last Refuge" of Sects so psychologically troubled by African Ancestry?

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Haplogroup E1-M33

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Reviewing: The Genetic Structure and History of Africans and African Americans

Timbuktu: The Stripping has Began - Conclusion

Haplogroup E2-M75

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Reviewing: The Genetic Structure and History of Africans and African Americans

PN2 Clades

P2 Clades: The Arrival of E3a and E3b Haplogroups

Closer Examination of the Iraqw: Southern Cushitic Speakers of Tanzania

12-repeat allele at DYS392 microsatellite of certain PN2 clades, including E-M78

An Analysis of "The Dawn of Human Matrilineal Diversity"

Examining cases for or against homoplasy at designated DNA loci

How the term "Berber" stuck to modern day Amazighan speakers

DE* as "Last Refuge" of Sects so psychologically troubled by African Ancestry?

KhoiSan: As the "Oldest" Surviving "Tribes"

Haplogroup E1b1a (E-M2, P1)

Lucotte et al.'s haplotype IV

NRY Haplogroup E3a: A Multidisciplinary Proposal of Its Origins

Correlating mtDNA Markers with The Journey of Contemporary E3a-bearers' Ancestors

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Reviewing: The Genetic Structure and History of Africans and African Americans

Timbuktu: The Stripping has Began - Conclusion

KhoiSan: As the "Oldest" Surviving "Tribes"

Haplogroup E1b1b1 (E-M35)

RFLPs: Lucotte et al., A case study - Pt. 1

RFLPs: Lucotte et al., A case study - Pt. 2

Examining excerpts on the Tihama complex

An Analysis of "The Dawn of Human Matrilineal Diversity"

How the term "Berber" stuck to modern day Amazighan speakers

Population Relationships in the Mediterranean Revealed by Autosomal Genetic Data (Alu and Alu/STR Compound Systems)

New Y-DNA Indicator of "First Neolithic Farmers" coming into Europe?

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - II

Timbuktu: The Stripping has Began - Conclusion

KhoiSan: As the "Oldest" Surviving "Tribes" 

Haplogroup E1b1b1a (E-M78)

The rise of "Berber" speaking or Imazighen populations

Closer Examination of the Iraqw: Southern Cushitic Speakers of Tanzania

Cruciani et al. 2007: Sorting Out a Complex Network of Clusters

12-repeat allele at DYS392 microsatellite of certain PN2 clades, including E-M78

Examining excerpts on the Tihama complex

Examining cases for or against homoplasy at designated DNA loci

Unwinding the Convoluted Character of the Emergence of the Imazighen Groups

Comments on Battaglia et al. 2008: Y-chromosomal evidence of the cultural diffusion of agriculture in southeast Europe

Reviewing: The Genetic Structure and History of Africans and African Americans

E-M34: Designation as "African" presents a Dilemma?

Review - "Linking the sub-Saharan and West Eurasian gene pools: maternal and paternal heritage of the Tuareg nomads from the African Sahel"

Haplogroup E1b1b1b (E-M81)

RFLPs: Lucotte et al., A case study - Pt. 1

RFLPs: Lucotte et al., A case study - Pt. 2

How the term "Berber" stuck to modern day Amazighan speakers

Unwinding the Convoluted Character of the Emergence of the Imazighen Groups

"Demic Diffusion" Dynastic models: R.I.P.

Review - "Linking the sub-Saharan and West Eurasian gene pools: maternal and paternal heritage of the Tuareg nomads from the African Sahel"

Haplogroup E1b1b1c (E-M34)

E-M34: Designation as "African" presents a Dilemma?

Haplogroup G

Comments on Battaglia et al. 2008: Y-chromosomal evidence of the cultural diffusion of agriculture in southeast Europe

Haplogroup IJK

How the term "Berber" stuck to modern day Amazighan speakers

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

Haplogroup I

Comments on Battaglia et al. 2008: Y-chromosomal evidence of the cultural diffusion of agriculture in southeast Europe

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

Haplogroup J

Could Y-DNA J1-M267 possibly have an African Origin? Taking a look at the DYS458.2 Locus

Comments on Battaglia et al. 2008: Y-chromosomal evidence of the cultural diffusion of agriculture in southeast Europe

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

"Demic Diffusion" Dynastic models: R.I.P.

E-M34: Designation as "African" presents a Dilemma?

New Y-DNA Indicator of "First Neolithic Farmers" coming into Europe?

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - II

Review - "Linking the sub-Saharan and West Eurasian gene pools: maternal and paternal heritage of the Tuareg nomads from the African Sahel"

Haplogroup T (K-M9)

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

Haplogroup Q

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

Haplogroup P

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

Haplogroup R1*-M173

Mitochondrial DNA M1 haplogroup: A Response To Ana M. Gonzalez et al. 2007

R1*-M173 Chromosomes in Africa

U6: A standalone clade?

More on R1*-M173 bearers

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

The Creation of a Fake Controversy: The Fula Origins

Reviewing: The Genetic Structure and History of Africans and African Americans

R1*-M173 Chromosomes in Africa - II

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - I

Haplogroup R

R1*-M173 Chromosomes in Africa

How the term "Berber" stuck to modern day Amazighan speakers

Working hypothesis around haplogroups IJK, I, J, K, P, R, and Q

Reviewing: The Genetic Structure and History of Africans and African Americans

New Y-DNA Indicator of "First Neolithic Farmers" coming into Europe?

Reviews on Alu, Tandem Repeats, UEPs, Insertions and/or Deletions, and Autosmal DNA:

Genetic Profile: Maghrebi populations are Not "Satellite-Europeans" in Africa 

Population Relationships in the Mediterranean Revealed by Autosomal Genetic Data (Alu and Alu/STR Compound Systems) 

Reviewing: The Genetic Structure and History of Africans and African Americans

Lactose Tolerance Phenotypes in Africa 

Sickle Cell Disease by HbS haplotype

Skin pigmentation gene alleles 

More on R1*-M173 bearers 

Reviews on Skin Pigmentation studies:

Skin pigmentation gene alleles

Skin pigmentation gene alleles - Part 2

Comments on the Photo-protective qualities of epidermal Melanin Content of skin

An Interesting Encounter...

Unwinding the Convoluted Character of the Emergence of the Imazighen Groups

"Demic Diffusion" Dynastic models: R.I.P.

Following Trails of the Cro-Magnon - II

KhoiSan: As the "Oldest" Surviving "Tribes"

Reviews on Sickle Cell disease haplotypes:

Sickle Cell Disease by HbS haplotype

Reviews on "Lactose Tolerance" DNA and Phenotype studies:

More on R1*-M173 bearers

Lactose Tolerance Phenotypes in Africa

Reviews on X-chromosome DNA (X-DNA):

So What's the Deal with the Neanderthal, Their Demise? - 4 

Domestic Cattle mtDNA (Hg T) and Y-DNA:

Haplogroup T1'2'3

Ironing out some "issues" with Independent African Cattle Domestication

Haplogroup T1

"Demic Diffusion" Dynastic models: R.I.P.

Ironing out some "issues" with Independent African Cattle Domestication

Haplogroup T2

Ironing out some "issues" with Independent African Cattle Domestication

Haplogroups T, T3 and T4

Ironing out some "issues" with Independent African Cattle Domestication

Other notes

Striving for Clarity and Accuracy

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1 comment:

Too Tall Jones said...

Nice compilation. Until you mentioned it in one of the posts, I had not thought much about lactose tolerance being associated with the pastoral lifestyle, as opposed to the notions of some, re gene flow from various wandering migrants as an explanation. This roundup is sure to be a valuable database and quick ref tool.