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Evidence for dynastic succession among early Celtic elites in Central Europe
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https://www.nature.com/articles/s41562-0...0369f#Sec2
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Over 2000 years of SNP mutations between P312 and these 3 samples

OSUT 5350
OSUT 5370
OSUT 2840

and they don't bother to test beyond P312.

Baffling.
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(06-07-2024, 10:55 PM)Mitchell-Atkins Wrote: Over 2000 years of SNP mutations between P312 and these 3 samples

OSUT 5350
OSUT 5370
OSUT 2840

and they don't bother to test beyond P312. 

Baffling.

Those are the archeological sample ids. The DNA sample ids are APG001, APG003, LWB001. Someone already analyzed the files in a different thread on the same topic. See https://genarchivist.com/showthread.php?...8#pid12638
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