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Genomic Analyses of Pre-European Conquest Human Remains from the Canary Islands Reveal Close Affinity to Modern North Africans

Genomic Analyses of Pre-European Conquest Human Remains from the Canary Islands Reveal Close Affinity to Modern North Africans

Topic
Antropología y Sociología
Origin URL
Authors
Rodríguez-Varela, Ricardo; Günther, Torsten; Krzewińska, Maja; Jakobsson, Mattias; Götherström, Anders; Girdland-Fink, Linus
Publication
Current Biology
Year
2017
Volume
27
Number
21
Start Page
3396
End Page
3402
ISBN/ISSN
0960-9822
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd.
Editor
City/Town
Cambridge, Massachusets
Country
EE.UU.
Observations

Evidencias genómicas de que los indígenas grancanarios precoloniales estaban emparentados con los bereberes continentales. Se estima que un 16-31% de los grancanarios actuales descienden de los primeros.



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