Comparison of lactase persistence polymorphism in ancient and present-day Hungarian populations
Version of Record online: 1 MAR 2011
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American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Volume 145, Issue 2, pages 262–269, June 2011
How to Cite
Nagy, D., Tömöry, G., Csányi, B., Bogácsi-Szabó, E., Czibula, Á., Priskin, K., Bede, O., Bartosiewicz, L., Downes, C. S. and Raskó, I. (2011), Comparison of lactase persistence polymorphism in ancient and present-day Hungarian populations. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol., 145: 262–269. doi: 10.1002/ajpa.21490
- Issue online: 17 MAY 2011
- Version of Record online: 1 MAR 2011
- Manuscript Accepted: 13 DEC 2010
- Manuscript Received: 31 AUG 2010
- Hungarian National Research and Development Programs. Grant Number: OM-00050/2004
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|AJPA_21490_sm_suppinfofig1.tif||366K||Figure S1. Gel photo of three ancient and three present-day samples. M: DNA marker (pBR322/HaeIII - 300 ng); 2a-21b: ancient samples (sample codes are the same that are used in Table S1 and S1b); Ba and Bb: digestion blanks; P1a-P3b: present-day samples. Digestions with HinfI and NlaIV enzymes are labeled with ‘a’ and ‘b’, respectively. CC-13910 genotypes (undigested 119 bp band in HinfI and 96 bp fragment in NlaIV digestions): samples 2 and P1; CT-13910 genotypes (96 and 97 bp fragments in NlaIV and HinfI digestions): samples 12 and P2; TT-13910 genotypes (97 bp fragment in HinfI and undigested 119 bp band in NlaIV digestions): samples 21 and P3.|
|AJPA_21490_sm_suppinfotbl1.rtf||39K||TABLE S1a: Anthropomorphologic data on bone samples from the Carpathian Basin. TABLE S1b: Genetic data on bone samples from the Carpathian Basin.|
|AJPA_21490_sm_suppinfotbl2.doc||15K||TABLE S2: C/T-13910 genotypes and mtDNA haplogroups of coworkers.|
|AJPA_21490_sm_suppinfotbl3.doc||15K||TABLE S3: Characteristics of mitochondrial DNA haplogroups present in our samples.|
|AJPA_21490_sm_suppinfotbl4.doc||26K||TABLE S4: Frequencies of the T-13910 allele, lactose digesters and non-digesters in Eurasian populations.|
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