The Genetic History of Greenlandic-European contact
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The Inuit ancestors of the Greenlandic people arrived in Greenland close to 1000 years ago. Since then, Europeans from many different countries have been present in Greenland. Consequently, the present-day Greenlandic population has ~25% of its genetic ancestry from Europe. In this study, we investigated to what extent different European countries have contributed to this genetic ancestry.
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This file fileset has 4607 Greenlanders scored on the Illumina MEGA array (1,622,813 sites), and has been put on the plus strand. The data is in PLINK bed/bim/fam format. The Greenlandic individuals originate from two population surveys, B99 and IHIT.
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