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Untangling Neolithic and Bronze Age mitochondrial lineages in South Asia

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Untangling Neolithic and Bronze Age mitochondrial lineages in South Asia. / Silva, M; Justeau, P; Rodrigues, S; Oteo-Garcia, G; Dulias, K; Foody, G; Fichera, A; Yau, B; Rito, T; Wilson, J F; Gandini, F; Edwards, C J; Pala, M; Soares, P A; Richards, M B.

In: Annals of Human Biology, 03.07.2019, p. 1-5.

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Silva, M, Justeau, P, Rodrigues, S, Oteo-Garcia, G, Dulias, K, Foody, G, Fichera, A, Yau, B, Rito, T, Wilson, JF, Gandini, F, Edwards, CJ, Pala, M, Soares, PA & Richards, MB 2019, 'Untangling Neolithic and Bronze Age mitochondrial lineages in South Asia', Annals of Human Biology, pp. 1-5. https://doi.org/10.1080/03014460.2019.1623319

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Silva, M., Justeau, P., Rodrigues, S., Oteo-Garcia, G., Dulias, K., Foody, G., ... Richards, M. B. (2019). Untangling Neolithic and Bronze Age mitochondrial lineages in South Asia. Annals of Human Biology, 1-5. https://doi.org/10.1080/03014460.2019.1623319

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Silva M, Justeau P, Rodrigues S, Oteo-Garcia G, Dulias K, Foody G et al. Untangling Neolithic and Bronze Age mitochondrial lineages in South Asia. Annals of Human Biology. 2019 Jul 3;1-5. https://doi.org/10.1080/03014460.2019.1623319

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Silva, M ; Justeau, P ; Rodrigues, S ; Oteo-Garcia, G ; Dulias, K ; Foody, G ; Fichera, A ; Yau, B ; Rito, T ; Wilson, J F ; Gandini, F ; Edwards, C J ; Pala, M ; Soares, P A ; Richards, M B. / Untangling Neolithic and Bronze Age mitochondrial lineages in South Asia. In: Annals of Human Biology. 2019 ; pp. 1-5.

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