Geographic population structure analysis of worldwide human populations infers their biogeographical origins

Eran Elhaik, Tatiana Tatarinova, Dmitri Chebotarev, Ignazio S. Piras, Carla Maria Calò, Antonella De Montis, Manuela Atzori, Monica Marini, Sergio Tofanelli, Paolo Francalacci, Luca Pagani, Chris Tyler-Smith, Yali Xue, Francesco Cucca, Theodore G. Schurr, Jill B. Gaieski, Carlalynne Melendez, Miguel G. Vilar, Amanda C. Owings, Rocío GómezRicardo Fujita, Fabrício R. Santos, David Comas, Oleg Balanovsky, Elena Balanovska, Pierre Zalloua, Himla Soodyall, Ramasamy Pitchappan, Arun Kumar Ganesh Prasad, Michael Hammer, Lisa Matisoo-Smith, R. Spencer Wells, Oscar Acosta, Syama Adhikarla, Christina J. Adler, Jaume Bertranpetit, Andrew C. Clarke, Alan Cooper, Clio S.I. Der Sarkissian, Wolfgang Haak, Marc Haber, Li Jin, Matthew E. Kaplan, Hui Li, Shilin Li, Begoña Martínez-Cruz, Nirav C. Merchant, John R. Mitchell, Laxmi Parida, Daniel E. Platt, Lluis Quintana-Murci, Colin Renfrew, Daniela R. Lacerda, Ajay K. Royyuru, Jose Raul Sandoval, Arun Varatharajan Santhakumari, David F.Soria Hernanz, Pandikumar Swamikrishnan, Janet S. Ziegle

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