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J16.03 - Y-chromosome haplogroup analysis in the Besermyan ethnic group
Y-chromosome; Besermyans; Volga-Ural region
, N. Trofimova
, R. Khusainova
, V. Akhmetova
, E. Khusnutdinova
Institute of Biochemistry and Genetics of Ufa Science Center of Russian Academy of Sciences, Ufa, Russian Federation,
Bashkir State University, Ufa, Russian Federation.
Besermyans are an ethnic group in the Volga-Ural region which speaks a language belonging to Finno-Ugric language family and which is close to Udmurt language but at the same time containing some Turkic traits. This group inhabiting North-West Udmurtia is very small and it has not been described in the terms of Y-chromosome haplogroups yet. We analyzed 53 individuals from Besermyan population using 12 Y-chromosome markers (M9, M89, YAP, M35, M130, 12f2, M170, M231, Tat, P43, M207, Page07) and found that Y-chromosome genetic pool of this ethnic group consists of haplogroups R1a1a-Page07, N1c-Tat, N1b-P43, I-M170, R1b1b-M269 and E1b1b1-M35. The majority of the Y-chromosome haplogroups in Besermyans is represented by N1c-Tat and R1a1a-Page07 lineages comprising 73,6% of all Y-chromosomes. The third leading haplogroup is N1b-P43 (13,2%) so the main share of the Y-chromosome lineages in Besermyan group is actually N-M231 (54,7%). In other words the main pattern of the Y-chromosome haplogroup distribution shows their relatedness to the Volga-Ural populations.
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