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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Finally, the Mantel test was used to evaluate the possible relationship fmilio genetic, linguistic and geographical distance. In addition, unrelated individuals belonging to 20 Amerindian tribes of Colombia Yunis J.
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Both geographic and linguistic factors are associated with genetic differentiation in the Amerindian populations analyzed in Colombia. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
We describe two neonates with a lethal form of pulmonary maldevelopment. The high genetic diversity found in our study and others indicates that it is unlikely that bottleneck events took place during the early Amerindian settlement of South America.
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Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. The multidimensional scaling analysis is presented in figure 1.
English pdf Article in xml format Article references How to cite this article Automatic translation Send this uunis by e-mail. The Amerindians are located in the plains, Amazonian jungle and in some regions of the Colombian Andes. Genetic diversity values were higher among the Tucano-Equatorial speaking tribes 0. Origins of Old Testament priests.
East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Once again, the haplotypes shared between these groups are among the most frequent haplotypes found in the Caucasian population. English Choose a language for shopping. Out of haplotypes African descent and from Medellinonly ten haplotypes were shared between these two groups 2.
The genetic structure among the African descent 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 Views Read Edit View history. For this purpose, numbers of shared haplotypes between the Caucasian-Mestizo and African descent populations of Colombia were determined for each of the haplotypes identified.
Stanford University Press; Stanford: Our results with Y-STR haplotypes are in agreement with our previous findings, as well as historical data suggesting a common origin in the West coast of Africa for both the African American and Afro-Colombian individuals. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Yunis 1,2,3Luis E. Yunis—Varon syndrome Yunis—Varon emolio has an autosomal recessive pattern of inheritance.
The haplotype frequencies for the African descent and the Caucasian-Mestizo populations of Colombia have been published before As has been found for other Amerindian tribes, these three parameters have evolved together in a historical and strongly correlated fashion.
Highest frequency of haplotype B1 and evidence of founder effect. Other studies have not analyzed the Y chromosome minimal STR haplotype This page was last edited on 27 Marchat The Caucasian-mestizo population from Colombia clustered with most of the Caucasian populations included in the analysis.
Junge AMadea B. We would like to thank all the Colombian Amerindian communities that kindly contributed by providing samples for this study.
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For infants, breathing and feeding difficulties, are monitored. Alternately, it could be the result of fission, fragmentation and founder effects Cavalli-Sforza et al.
Only six haplotypes were found to be shared between these two ethnic groups 2. Allele designations were made according to the reference tables with the aid of sequenced allelic ladders provided by Dr.