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Comparing linguistic and genetic relationships among east asian populations: a study of the Rh and GM polymorphisms

Abstract : Compares the RH and GM variation in East Asia against three competing linguistic phylogenies, i.e. Sagart's hypothesis of a main East-Asian macrophylum, a combination of the greater Austric and Sino-Caucasian hypotheses, and a null hypothesis, assuming no genetic relationships between the main East Asian phyla. The authors conclude that the data do not yet permit us to discriminate between the three hypotheses.
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Estella Poloni, Alicia Sanchez-Mazas, Guillaume Jacques, Laurent Sagart. Comparing linguistic and genetic relationships among east asian populations: a study of the Rh and GM polymorphisms. Laurent Sagart, Roger Blench et SAlicia Sanchez-Mazas. The Peopling of East Asia, RoutledgeCurzon, pp.252-272, 2005. ⟨halshs-00105082⟩

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