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UNIBE


ABSTRACT: Organisation EGAO00000000725

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

PROVIDER: EGAO00000000725 | EGA |

REPOSITORIES: EGA

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A genomic history of Aboriginal Australia.

Malaspinas Anna-Sapfo AS   Westaway Michael C MC   Muller Craig C   Sousa Vitor C VC   Lao Oscar O   Alves Isabel I   Bergström Anders A   Athanasiadis Georgios G   Cheng Jade Y JY   Crawford Jacob E JE   Heupink Tim H TH   Macholdt Enrico E   Peischl Stephan S   Rasmussen Simon S   Schiffels Stephan S   Subramanian Sankar S   Wright Joanne L JL   Albrechtsen Anders A   Barbieri Chiara C   Dupanloup Isabelle I   Eriksson Anders A   Margaryan Ashot A   Moltke Ida I   Pugach Irina I   Korneliussen Thorfinn S TS   Levkivskyi Ivan P IP   Moreno-Mayar J Víctor JV   Ni Shengyu S   Racimo Fernando F   Sikora Martin M   Xue Yali Y   Aghakhanian Farhang A FA   Brucato Nicolas N   Brunak Søren S   Campos Paula F PF   Clark Warren W   Ellingvåg Sturla S   Fourmile Gudjugudju G   Gerbault Pascale P   Injie Darren D   Koki George G   Leavesley Matthew M   Logan Betty B   Lynch Aubrey A   Matisoo-Smith Elizabeth A EA   McAllister Peter J PJ   Mentzer Alexander J AJ   Metspalu Mait M   Migliano Andrea B AB   Murgha Les L   Phipps Maude E ME   Pomat William W   Reynolds Doc D   Ricaut Francois-Xavier FX   Siba Peter P   Thomas Mark G MG   Wales Thomas T   Wall Colleen Ma'run CM   Oppenheimer Stephen J SJ   Tyler-Smith Chris C   Durbin Richard R   Dortch Joe J   Manica Andrea A   Schierup Mikkel H MH   Foley Robert A RA   Lahr Marta Mirazón MM   Bowern Claire C   Wall Jeffrey D JD   Mailund Thomas T   Stoneking Mark M   Nielsen Rasmus R   Sandhu Manjinder S MS   Excoffier Laurent L   Lambert David M DM   Willerslev Eske E  

Nature 20160921 7624


The population history of Aboriginal Australians remains largely uncharacterized. Here we generate high-coverage genomes for 83 Aboriginal Australians (speakers of Pama-Nyungan languages) and 25 Papuans from the New Guinea Highlands. We find that Papuan and Aboriginal Australian ancestors diversified 25-40 thousand years ago (kya), suggesting pre-Holocene population structure in the ancient continent of Sahul (Australia, New Guinea and Tasmania). However, all of the studied Aboriginal Australian  ...[more]

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