Eight Alu insertions at the NBC27, TPA25, NBC148, NBC123, ACE, APOA1, NBC51, and PV92 locus were examined in three subethnic groups of Kalmyks (Torgouds, Derbets, and Buzava). In general, the pattern of allele frequencies in Kalmyks was consistent with that in Asian populations of the world, and was similar to the Alu insertion frequencies pattern in Turkic populations of the Volga-Ural region and Central Asia. Pairwise comparisons of three subpopulations of Kalmyks with respect to the frequency distributions of eight Alu insertions revealed the differences between the groups examined. The coefficient of gene differentiation, F st, constituted 1.37%, pointing to the common origin of the groups of interest, as well as to the uniformity of the gene pools of subethnic groups of Kalmyks examined.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 20, 2009
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