A new haplogroup pattern displayed in Fujian Han in China

Yu, M., Zhang, Y. L., Xue, Y. L., Chen, F., Wang, Q., Huang, X. Y., Wang, B. Q., Yu, Y., Liu, A., Ma, L. L., Shi, R. Q., Lu, F. Q., Shi, Z. C., Zhang, Y., Cheng, W. H., Ai, Q. H., Xu, F., Huang, C. B., Chen, B. B., Yang, H. J., Kang, X. H., Sun, Y. Y., Zhang, G. Y., Li, P and Fu, S. B. (2002) A new haplogroup pattern displayed in Fujian Han in China. Journal of Human Genetics, 47 2: 95-98. doi:10.1007/s100380200008

Author Yu, M.
Zhang, Y. L.
Xue, Y. L.
Chen, F.
Wang, Q.
Huang, X. Y.
Wang, B. Q.
Yu, Y.
Liu, A.
Ma, L. L.
Shi, R. Q.
Lu, F. Q.
Shi, Z. C.
Zhang, Y.
Cheng, W. H.
Ai, Q. H.
Xu, F.
Huang, C. B.
Chen, B. B.
Yang, H. J.
Kang, X. H.
Sun, Y. Y.
Zhang, G. Y.
Li, P
Fu, S. B.
Title A new haplogroup pattern displayed in Fujian Han in China
Journal name Journal of Human Genetics   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1018-4813
Publication date 2002
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1007/s100380200008
Volume 47
Issue 2
Start page 95
End page 98
Total pages 4
Place of publication London, United Kingdom
Publisher Nature Publishing
Language eng
Formatted abstract
Human Y-chromosomal binary polymorphisms have been considered to preserve the paternal genetic legacy and provide evidence on human evolution and the genetic relationships among and demographic history of different populations. To reveal the genetic origin and immigration of the Fujian Han, 13 binary markers on the Y chromosome were used to screen Fujian Han by allele-specific polymerase chain reaction. The results indicated that the M 9G marker was highly prevalent (96.20%), suggesting a significant genetic drift. In addition, M 122C frequency was only 22.78%, and M 45A and M 103T were default. The distinctive haplogroup frequencies (H 1, H 5, and H 6/7/8) imply that the haplogroup pattern is a relatively ancestral and interim type.
Keyword Binary polymorphism
Y chromosome
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

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