The present study aimed to characterize the paternal genetic composition of the Ecuadorian indigenous population. To investigate a possible matting bias, AIM-InDels were also analyzed. The population sample of 54 self-declared Ecuadorian indigenous presented a high haplotype diversity. A major proportion of the male lineages belong to Native American haplogroups. Although from self-declared indigenous, the studied population sample presented a low genetic distance with a sample of admixed individuals from Ecuador.
|Número de páginas
|Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series
|Publicada - dic. 2022