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  1. https://scontent-lga3-2.cdninstagram.com/v/t50.2886-16/117316660_223577355642539_7449884866608075033_n.mp4?_nc_ht=scontent-lga3-2.cdninstagram.com&_nc_cat=111&_nc_ohc=HPC6G66cHK4AX8cn3KU&oe=5F374CE5&oh=f0c18851dd2d80d7e7d99d82dadcc2c9
  2. В РБ немало татар.
  3. Вкладки с таблицами наконец-то добавили. См. по ссылке : https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-57378-8#Sec17
  4. Это какая-то форма "самобичевания" ?
  5. Волков на МолГене пишет :
  6. Теперь без сомнения можно говорить, что в составе хунну были представители азиатской ветви R1а1. Осталось узнать к какой субветви.
  7. Образец TUK30A скорее всего N1b.
  8. Это ж сколько лет прошло с её последней публикации по хунну, 17лет ?
  9. В работе оказывается есть дополнительные материалы. См. ниже статьи. Опубликованы результаты, гаплотипы антр.характеристики некоторых образцов.
  10. Результаты с форума Балтославика :
  11. Genetic evidence suggests a sense of family, parity and conquest in the Xiongnu Iron Age nomads of Mongolia Christine Keyser, Vincent Zvénigorosky, Angéla Gonzalez, Jean-Luc Fausser, Florence Jagorel, Patrice Gérard, Turbat Tsagaan, Sylvie Duchesne, Eric Crubézy & Bertrand Ludes Abstract In an effort to characterize the people who composed the groups known as the Xiongnu, nuclear and whole mitochondrial DNA data were generated from the skeletal remains of 52 individuals excavated from the Tamir Ulaan Khoshuu (TUK) cemetery in Central Mongolia. This burial site, attributed to the Xiongnu period, was used from the first century BC to the first century AD. Kinship analyses were conducted using autosomal and Y-chromosomal DNA markers along with complete sequences of the mitochondrial genome. These analyses suggested close kin relationships between many individuals. Nineteen such individuals composed a large family spanning five generations. Within this family, we determined that a woman was of especially high status; this is a novel insight into the structure and hierarchy of societies from the Xiongnu period. Moreover, our findings confirmed that the Xiongnu had a strongly admixed mitochondrial and Y-chromosome gene pools and revealed a significant western component in the Xiongnu group studied. Using a fine-scale approach (haplotype instead of haplogroup-level information), we propose Scytho-Siberians as ancestors of the Xiongnu and Huns as their descendants. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00439-020-02209-4
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