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Genomic complexity of the Y-STR DYS19
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Posted 2014-01-29 22:22 (#95295 - in reply to #95288)
Subject: RE: Genomic complexity of the Y-STR DYS19

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So this value is maximum in what are considered the source areas dell'R1b-U106, which are precisely those Frisian history, from which it takes its name frisian marker . Taking into consideration is the haplogroup R1b-L21, the 7% of the total sample analyzed has this particular value. The argument could be that they were just the Goths / Visigoths with their quick movements for Europe to have had a founder effect for the haplogroup, France, Spain and Italy well before the emergence of other waves of migration from Scandinavia as that of the Vikings. In the chart below we can see that in the Iberian peninsula and Italy, Lithuania is represented with a sample of only 4 subjects, there may have been a founder effect.
The following table is considered to be the genetic signature Viking / Norman YCAII = 19.23 and the value of DYS19 = 15 or 16 to determine where it may have been the major founder effect. Notice how in Italy and Lithuania, where the R1b-L21 is quite rare, this genetic signature would show an effect of colonization, in practice haplogroup is older, while in the British Isles where the R1b-L21 is the ' haplogroup most common, the most ancient forms are percent lower.

Esmė ta, kad žmogus atrado kažkokį markerį, kuris nurodo lietuvius esant buvus kolonizatoriais Iberijos pusiasalyje ir Italijoj. Žmogelis esą kažkoks megėjas. Bandė spausti vašką remdamasis dabartinėmis teorijomis, bet jo nenaudai dar norėjo remtis ir duomenimis. Kaip duomenų šaltinį jis nurodo mokslinį darbą: "Genomic complexity of the Y-STR DYS19: inversions, deletions and founder lineages carrying duplications". Jis buvo parašytas 2009 metais ir turbūt Lietuvoje apie jį niekas nieko nežinojo. Jame lietuviai nepaminėti, bet prie darbo yra prikabinti duomenys, kuriais žmogelis ir rėmėsi. Teorija, kad lietuvių kalba yra mažiausiai pakitusi, nes buvo pakraštyje, kol kas dar veikia. Tačiau kokių reikės teorijų pateisinant genetinius įrodymus... Hmm... Neįsivaizduoju.
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