European Journal of Human Genetics

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Paleolithic Y-haplogroup heritage predominates in a Cretan highland plateau

Laisel Martinez, Peter A Underhill, Lev A Zhivotovsky, Tenzin Gayden, Nicholas K Moschonas, Cheryl-Emiliane T Chow, Simon Conti, Elisabetta Mamolini, L Luca Cavalli-Sforza and Rene J Herrera

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Figure 2.

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Most parsimonious phylogeny of Y-chromosome haplogroups. The number of samples derived at each haplogroup, frequencies and haplotype diversity (h) are indicated for each population. All M78-derived individuals belonged to the E3b1-M78alpha classification, except for two samples in the Heraklion Prefecture population and one from the Lasithi Plateau, who were M78delta. Mutations in italics were not genotyped and are only included for phylogenetic context. Markers M3, M18, M20, M21, M25, M26, M37, M56, M65, M68, M72, M81, M120, M123, M136, M137, M148, M153, M157, M158, M161, M163, M167, M204, M222, M224, M227, M231, M280, M281, M285, M286, M289, M290, M318, M320, M321, M322, M323, M339, M340, M365, M368, M369, and V6 were found to have the ancestral state in all individuals genotyped.

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