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  1. The Anglo-Saxon migration and the formation of the early English gene pool
  2. Phylogeography of Sub-Saharan Mitochondrial Lineages Outside Africa Highlights the Roles of the Holocene Climate Changes and the Atlantic Slave Trade
  3. Helena’s Many Daughters: More Mitogenome Diversity behind the Most Common West Eurasian mtDNA Control Region Haplotype in an Extended Italian Population Sample
  4. Migration and community in Bronze Age Orkney: innovation and continuity at the Links of Noltland
  5. The Archaeogenetics of Southeast Asia
  6. Ancient DNA at the edge of the world: Continental immigration and the persistence of Neolithic male lineages in Bronze Age Orkney
  7. Large-scale migration into Britain during the Middle to Late Bronze Age
  8. Biomolecular insights into North African-related ancestry, mobility and diet in eleventh-century Al-Andalus
  9. Ancient mitochondrial DNA connects house mice in the British Isles to trade across Europe over three millennia
  10. Phylogeography of 27,000 SARS-CoV-2 Genomes: Europe as the Major Source of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  11. Association of Leukotriene A4 Hydrolase with Tuberculosis Susceptibility Using Genomic Data in Portugal
  12. Maternal relationships within an Iron Age burial at the High Pasture Cave, Isle of Skye, Scotland
  13. On Methodological issues in the Indo-European debate By Michel Danino
  14. An Efficient and User-Friendly Implementation of the Founder Analysis Methodology
  15. A dispersal of Homo sapiens from southern to eastern Africa immediately preceded the out-of-Africa migration
  16. How iberian people have changed in the last 8000 years.
  17. Rectifying long-standing misconceptions about the ρ statistic for molecular dating
  18. Untangling Neolithic and Bronze Age mitochondrial lineages in South Asia
  19. A genetic chronology for the Indian Subcontinent points to heavily sex-biased dispersals
  20. Reconciling evidence from ancient and contemporary genomes: a major source for the European Neolithic within Mediterranean Europe
  21. Mitogenome Diversity in Sardinians: A Genetic Window onto an Island's Past
  22. Genomic insights into the origin of farming in the ancient Near East
  23. Quantifying the legacy of the Chinese Neolithic on the maternal genetic heritage of Taiwan and Island Southeast Asia
  24. Resolving the ancestry of Austronesian-speaking populations
  25. Genetic Stratigraphy of Key Demographic Events in Arabia
  26. The case for the continuing use of the revised Cambridge Reference Sequence (rCRS) and the standardization of notation in human mitochondrial DNA studies
  27. The First Modern Human Dispersals across Africa
  28. A substantial prehistoric European ancestry amongst Ashkenazi maternal lineages
  29. Mitogenomes from Two Uncommon Haplogroups Mark Late Glacial/Postglacial Expansions from the Near East and Neolithic Dispersals within Europe
  30. Genetic and archaeological perspectives on the initial modern human colonization of southern Asia
  31. Foraging–Farming Transitions in Island Southeast Asia
  32. Mitochondrial DNA Signals of Late Glacial Recolonization of Europe from Near Eastern Refugia
  33. The Arabian Cradle: Mitochondrial Relicts of the First Steps along the Southern Route out of Africa
  34. The Expansion of mtDNA Haplogroup L3 within and out of Africa
  35. Ancient Voyaging and Polynesian Origins
  36. The expansion of the house mouse into north‐western Europe
  37. Population Genetic Structure in Indian Austroasiatic Speakers: The Role of Landscape Barriers and Sex-Specific Admixture
  38. A Complete Mitochondrial Genome Sequence from a Mesolithic Wild Aurochs (Bos primigenius)
  39. The Archaeogenetics of Europe
  40. Population expansion in the North African Late Pleistocene signalled by mitochondrial DNA haplogroup U6
  41. Mitochondrial Echoes of First Settlement and Genetic Continuity in El Salvador
  42. Correcting for Purifying Selection: An Improved Human Mitochondrial Molecular Clock
  43. A common MYBPC3 (cardiac myosin binding protein C) variant associated with cardiomyopathies in South Asia
  44. Complete Mitochondrial Genome Sequence of the Tyrolean Iceman
  45. The brave new era of human genetic testing
  46. Evidence for Variable Selective Pressures at a Large Secondary Structure of the Human Mitochondrial DNA Control Region
  47. Mitochondrial genomes of extinct aurochs survive in domestic cattle
  48. Climate Change and Postglacial Human Dispersals in Southeast Asia
  49. Phylogeographic investigations: The role of trees in forensic genetics
  50. No Evidence for an mtDNA Role in Sperm Motility: Data from Complete Sequencing of Asthenozoospermic Males
  51. A Mitochondrial Stratigraphy for Island Southeast Asia
  52. Phylogeography and Ethnogenesis of Aboriginal Southeast Asians
  53. Harvesting the fruit of the human mtDNA tree
  54. Evaluating the forensic informativeness of mtDNA haplogroup H sub-typing on a Eurasian scale
  55. Relative Y-STR mutation rates estimated from the variance inside SNP defined lineages
  56. Human Mitochondrial DNA and the Evolution of Homo sapiens
  57. The Archaeological and Genetic Foundations of the European Population during the Late Glacial: Implications for ‘Agricultural Thinking’
  58. A practical guide to mitochondrial DNA error prevention in clinical, forensic, and population genetics
  59. Single, Rapid Coastal Settlement of Asia Revealed by Analysis of Complete Mitochondrial Genomes
  60. High-resolution mtDNA evidence for the late-glacial resettlement of Europe from an Iberian refugium
  61. Shipwrecks and founder effects: Divergent demographic histories reflected in Caribbean mtDNA
  62. The Molecular Dissection of mtDNA Haplogroup H Confirms That the Franco-Cantabrian Glacial Refuge Was a Major Source for the European Gene Pool
  63. The Longue Durée of Genetic Ancestry: Multiple Genetic Marker Systems and Celtic Origins on the Atlantic Facade of Europe
  64. Phylogeographic Analysis of Haplogroup E3b (E-M215) Y Chromosomes Reveals Multiple Migratory Events Within and Out Of Africa
  65. The mitochondrial DNA tree and forensic science
  66. The African Diaspora: Mitochondrial DNA and the Atlantic Slave Trade
  67. Climate change and evolving human diversity in Europe during the last glacial
  68. MtDNA evidence for a genetic bottleneck in the early history of the Ashkenazi Jewish population
  69. Palaeolithic radiocarbon chronology: quantifying our confidence beyond two half-lives
  70. Identification of Native American Founder mtDNAs Through the Analysis of Complete mtDNA Sequences: Some Caveats
  71. The Neolithic Invasion of Europe
  72. A Y Chromosome Census of the British Isles
  73. Extensive Female-Mediated Gene Flow from Sub-Saharan Africa into Near Eastern Arab Populations
  74. In Search of Geographical Patterns in European Mitochondrial DNA
  75. The Making of the African mtDNA Landscape
  76. Founding Mothers of Jewish Communities: Geographically Separated Jewish Groups Were Independently Founded by Very Few Female Ancestors
  77. Do the Four Clades of the mtDNA Haplogroup L2 Evolve at Different Rates?
  78. A Signal, from Human mtDNA, of Postglacial Recolonization in Europe
  79. Detecting errors in mtDNA data by phylogenetic analysis
  80. The Mitochondrial Gene Tree Comes of Age
  81. Genetic evidence for different male and female roles during cultural transitions in the British Isles
  82. A Predominantly Indigenous Paternal Heritage for the Austronesian-Speaking Peoples of Insular Southeast Asia and Oceania
  83. Tracing European Founder Lineages in the Near Eastern mtDNA Pool
  84. Median Networks: Speedy Construction and Greedy Reduction, One Simulation, and Two Case Studies from Human mtDNA
  85. Mitochondrial DNA recombination-no need to panic
  86. The Emerging Tree of West Eurasian mtDNAs: A Synthesis of Control-Region Sequences and RFLPs
  87. mtDNA Suggests Polynesian Origins in Eastern Indonesia
  88. Mitochondrial portraits of human populations using median networks.
  89. Authenticating DNA Extracted From Ancient Skeletal Remains
  90. Molecular Genetic Analyses of the Tyrolean Ice Man
  91. Archaeology and genetics: Analysing DNA from skeletal remains
  92. The World mtDNA Phylogeny