Subject: Gene Flow | Earth Sciences | Research Article | Geographical Locations | Simulation and Modeling | Population Groupings | QH426-470 | Genetics | Evolutionary Biology | People and Places | Chromosome Biology | Geography | Genomics | Europe | Population Genetics | Biology and Life Sciences | Jews | Chromosomes | Research and Analysis Methods | Heredity | Ethnicities | Haplotypes | Population Biology | Cell Biology | Genetic Mapping | Historical Geography
The Ashkenazi Jewish (AJ) population is important in genetics due to its high rate of Mendelian disorders. AJ appeared in Europe in the 10th century, and their ancestry is thought to comprise European (EU) and Middle-Eastern (ME) components. However, both the time and p... View more
10 Stampfer S., Violence and the migration of Ashkenazi Jews to Eastern Europe in Jews in the East European Borderlands, in Essays in Honor of John D. Avrutin Klier E.M. and Murav H., Editors. 2012, Academic Studies Press: Boston p. 127–146.