Using multilocus DNA fingerprinting with phage M13 DNA as a probe, we have investigated a heterogeneous group of four human populations from Eastern Europe and Northeastern Asia. These populations belong to two language families: Indo-European (Eastern Slavonic branch: Russians, Belarussians) and Altaian (Turkic branch: Yakuts). The experimental results were treated by different statistical techniques: cluster analysis, multidimensional scaling, and multiple correspondence analysis. Coefficients of genetic differentiation were estimated using similarity indices and heterozygosities. The results of our study demonstrated similarity of Belarussian populations and significant differences between the group of Slavonic populations and Yakuts.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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