Journal of Human Genetics

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Y-chromosome distributions among populations in Northwest China identify significant contribution from Central Asian pastoralists and lesser influence of western Eurasians

Wei-Hua Shou, En-Fa Qiao, Chuan-Yu Wei, Yong-Li Dong, Si-Jie Tan, Hong Shi, Wen-Ru Tang and Chun-Jie Xiao

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Table 2. Haplogroup distribution and Y-chromosome diversity in 14 northwestern populations

Population Tu Xibo Mongolian Tataer Uygur Yugu Kirghiz Kazakh Tajike Russ Dongxiang Ozbek Bao’an Salar Total
No. of subjects5032503350324541311935232735503
C-M1301442002142412100073
D*-M17430101140101014026
D1-M15101000000000002
F*-M89100002021000006
G-M201000000012002005
H-M69000040000000004
I-M17000011000001000012
J*-M304010000010111005
J2-M17210001720050070032
K*-M91320921110066032
N-M2315530122400221431
O*-M1753720312002402329
O1-M119340000000100019
O2a-M95101000000100519
O3-M12212280240007003745
O3e-M1341582012302011026
P*-M45000000101000002
Q*-M2421000001000800010
Q1-M120001020000100004
R*-M207000010015000007
R1*-M173000003100000004
R1a1-M171122080312140193214117
R1b-M3432010000100001510
R2-M124000000001000203
                
Haplogroup diversity0.856± 0.0320.885± 0.0240.794± 0.0450.534± 0.0610.827± 0.0350.79± 0.0660.521± 0.0890.65± 0.0820.759± 0.0650.86± 0.070.654± 0.070.838± 0.0480.895± 0.0310.78± 0.048 
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