The Applied Bioinformatics Laboratory (ABiL) recently published an article in PLOS Genetics showing that distinct ancestry profiles reflect historical migration patterns.
The Applied Bioinformatics Laboratory (ABiL) recently published an article in PLOS Genetics detailing the results of their analysis of Native Americans and the descendants of African, Western European, and Spanish migrants and settlers in the US, that shows that distinct ancestry profiles within these three groups reflect historical migration patterns. Details of the findings can be found in articles published on Genomeweb and EurekAlert!.
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