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New Haplogroup S Samples on YFull
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Two new samples belonging to paternal Haplogroup S have been posted to YFull. Both are from Australia's Northern Territory (presumably from Aboriginal populations), and unsurprisingly are most closely related to ERS2897881, an ancient DNA sample from Australia.
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It would be very interesting to see samples from this paper on the YFull tree. But I doubt they will give access to the data

Quote:All sequencing data, variant calls and metadata have been deposited in the Australian National Computational Infrastructure, Canberra, under project identifier TE53. Access can be requested by writing to the NCIG Collection Access and Research Advisory Committee, overseen by the Indigenous-majority NCIG Board, at [email protected]. The data are available for general research use subject to meeting the requirements of the NCIG Governance Framework available at https://ncig.anu.edu.au/files/NCIG-Gover...mework.pdf. Requests for data access for external research will be assessed in accordance with the NCIG Governance Framework.
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(01-18-2024, 08:44 PM)G-Man Wrote: It would be very interesting to see samples from this paper on the YFull tree. But I doubt they will give access to the data

Quote:All sequencing data, variant calls and metadata have been deposited in the Australian National Computational Infrastructure, Canberra, under project identifier TE53. Access can be requested by writing to the NCIG Collection Access and Research Advisory Committee, overseen by the Indigenous-majority NCIG Board, at [email protected]. The data are available for general research use subject to meeting the requirements of the NCIG Governance Framework available at https://ncig.anu.edu.au/files/NCIG-Gover...mework.pdf. Requests for data access for external research will be assessed in accordance with the NCIG Governance Framework.

Indeed. One is E-V13 (E-L241) by the way, and a couple of others are R1b from various Western European branches. Clearly a good percentage of these natives has direct paternal ancestors from Northern, Western and Central Europe. The majority is of local origin though, lots of C's in particular.
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