A predominantly indigenous paternal heritage for the Austronesian-speaking peoples of insular Southeast Asia and Oceania

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Capelli, C ; Wilson, J F ; Richards, M ; Stumpf, M P ; Gratrix, F ; Oppenheimer, S ; Underhill, P ; Pascali, V L ; Ko, T M ; Goldstein, D B (2001)
  • Publisher: The American Society of Human Genetics
  • Journal: volume 68, issue 2, pages 432-43 (issn: 0002-9297)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1086/318205, pmc: PMC1235276
  • Subject: Genetics(clinical) | Genetics | Articles

Modern humans reached Southeast Asia and Oceania in one of the first dispersals out of Africa. The resulting temporal overlap of modern and archaic humans—and the apparent morphological continuity between them—has led to claims of gene flow between Homo sapiens and H. e... View more
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