Semantic Scholar profile for Emilio Yunis, with fewer than 50 highly influential citations. Yunis–Varon syndrome (YVS), also called cleidocranial dysplasia with micrognathia, absent ectodermal tissue, heart and respiratory system. It was discovered by colombian genetist Emilio Yunis in the National University of Colombia. Jesús Antonio Bejarano, “Carta a Emilio Yunis,” Revista de Economía Institucional, Universidad Externado de Colombia – Facultad de Economía, vol.
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Evaluation of Y-chromosomal STRs: Both infants had bilateral dysplastic immature lungs with poor capillary formation and lack of alveolar development. In that report, the African descent component was between 2.
Major histocompatibility complex class II alleles and haplotypes and blood groups of four Amerindian tribes of northern Colombia. The major Amerindian cultures that existed at the arrival of the Spanish conquerors, located in the Ynis region of Colombia, yunid not longer exist. We performed a non-metric multidimensional scaling ynis based on the mtDNA haplogroups identified Figure 4.
One cluster included the Kogui, Arhuaco and Chimila tribes of Colombia and the Teribe, Guaymi and Guataso Chibcha-speaking tribes of Central America, which are all characterized by high frequencies of haplogroup A. More about this item Statistics Access and download statistics. Mitochondrial DNA haplogroup frequencies from individuals belonging to 21 Amerindian tribes of Colombia are shown in Table 1 and Figure 1.
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A fifth haplogroup, X, has been predominantly characterized in some primarily North American populations Eshleman et al.
Yunis—Varon syndrome has an autosomal recessive pattern of inheritance. The frequency distribution of these haplogroups ranged from 2. Hidding M, Schmitt C. The Y chromosome in forensic analysis and paternity testing.
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Origin and evolutionary relationships of native Andean populations. Support Center Support Center. Inganos, Paeces y Coconucos: In South America, several non-Amerindian origin populations have been analyzed for the minimal Y-STR haplotype; among them, the population from Buenos Aires, Argentina 15a population from Medellin 18another from Valle del Cauca 19and those reported by us This was done with the aid of Arlequin, V3.
As has been found for other Amerindian tribes, these three parameters have evolved together in a historical and strongly correlated fashion.
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Protein and hypervariable tandem repeat diversity in eight Africanderived South American populations: In Colombia, the majority of the population is considered Caucasian-Mestizo, composed mainly of Spanish descent and, in a minor degree, of other European, Arab and Jewish populations. The strong genetic differentiation between the Chibcha and non-Chibcha speaking tribes is likely due to the high frequency of haplogroup A emiilo these populations. Finally, the Mantel test was used to evaluate the possible relationship between genetic, linguistic and geographical distance.
The genetic structure among the African uunis population was analyzed considering the molecular difference between individual haplotypes AMOVAin addition to differences in haplotype frequencies, resulting in estimates of F st or R stan F st analogue excluding DYS Find emilii by Juan J.
Polimorfismos de 17 marcadores STR del cromosoma-Y en una muestra poblacional del altiplano cundiboyacense.
Infobox medical condition new Articles to be expanded from August All articles to be expanded Articles with empty sections from August All articles with empty sections Articles using small message boxes. Length mutations in human mitochondrial DNA. Acknowledgments We would like to thank all the Colombian Amerindian communities that kindly contributed by providing samples for this study.
There were marked clinal patterns for mtDNA haplogroup distribution among Amerindian tribes of Colombia. The correlation analysis between the geographical, linguistic and genetic data Table 3 showed the highest correlation value for the linguistic-geographical pair followed by the genetic-geographic comparison.
This was part of a research project at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia with the objective to characterize genetically different ethnic groups.
This is due to the admixture process that resulted in the presence of some of the four mtDNA haplogroups among the Colombian African-descent populations. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.