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This month’s article explores early genetic relationships in Siberia, to provide a fuller context for DNA results published for a 24,000 year old genome recovered from the Paleolithic Mal’ta culture near Lake Baikal.

In particular, both ancient and modern Siberians express genetic links with the Indian Subcontinent, Northeast Europe, Native Americans, and Oceanians.

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This chronological data will then be compared to an admixture analysis that makes use of the uniquely thorough geographical coverage of autosomal STR data available for Europe.This month’s article explores the Horn of Africa’s links with Africa and Eurasia, in search of genetic traces of the first human migrations out of Africa.According to the tree model of human expansions described in a recent paper, these early migrations involved a Basal Eurasian population that later became ancestral to EEF (“First Farmers”) in both Europe and the Middle East.The first of our quarterly Digests presents the results of our analyses of newly published STR marker data for native Greenlandic Inuit populations and explores the relationships of these populations with DNA Tribes® World Regions and approximately 1,300 populations in our STR population reference database.

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This month’s article explores the Early European Farmer (EEF) ancestry that links the Middle East and Europe, by examining non-local components shared by populations in both Southeastern Europe and West Asia.This month’s article explores how present day communities that have migrated and mixed in recent history (the last 500 years) fit within the more ancient genetic structure of Africa, Eurasia, and the Americas.Results feature an MDS analysis of African-American, Caribbean, Latin American, and mixed Native American communities in relation to crossroad regions of Africa, the Middle East, and Central Eurasia, where trade routes and migration paths have linked continents since early periods.This highlights the recurring patterns of inter-regional contact, in which migrating communities have linked the many dispersed branches of the human family tree in both ancient periods and modern times.