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Anthropology Unit

Anthropology Unit | University of Geneva

AGP 2018 publications

  1. Branco C., Velasco M., Benguigui M., Currat M., Ray N., Arenas M. (2018) Consequences of diverse evolutionary processes on american genetic gradients of modern humans. Heredity
  2. Černý V., Kulichová I., Poloni ES., Nunes JM., Pereira L., Mayor A., Sanchez-Mazas A. (2018) Genetic history of the African Sahelian populations. HLA. doi: 10.1111/tan.13189. [Epub ahead of print] Review.
  3. Goeury T., Creary LE., Brunet L., Galan M., Pasquier M., Kervaire B., Langaney A., Tiercy JM., Fernández-Viña MA., Nunes JM., Sanchez-Mazas A. (2018) Deciphering the fine nucleotide diversity of full HLA class I and class II genes in a well-documented population from sub-Saharan Africa. HLA 91(1):36-51. doi: 10.1111/tan.13180.
  4. Goeury T., Creary LE., Fernandez-Vina MA., Tiercy J-M., Nunes JM., Sanchez-Mazas A. (2018) Mandenka from Senegal: Next Generation Sequencing typings reveal very high frequencies of particular HLA class II alleles and haplotypes. HLA. 2018;91:148–150.
  5. Nussberger B., Currat M., Quilodran CS., Ponta N, Keller LF. (2018) Range expansion as an explanation for introgression in European wildcats. Biological Conservation 218 49–56.
  6. Quilodran C., Austerlitz F., Montoya Burgos JI., Currat M. (2018) Cryptic Biological Invasions: a General Model of Hybridization. In: Scientific Reports, 2018, vol. 8, n° 1.
  7. Quilodran C., Currat M., Montoya Burgos JI. (2018) Effect of hybridization with genome exclusion on extinction risk. Conservation Biology. 2018, vol. 0, n° 0, pp 1-11.
  8. Sanchez-Mazas A., Nunes JM. (2018) Does NGS typing highlight our understanding of HLA population diversity ? Some good reasons to say yes and a few to say be careful. Hum. Immunol. doi: 10.1016/j.humimm.2018.10.004
  9. Sanchez-Mazas A. (2018) Welcome to HLA population reports. HLA, 91: 79. doi:10.1111/tan.13206
  10. Silva NM., Rio J., Kreutzer S., Papageorgopoulou C., Currat M. (2018) Bayesian estimation of partial population continuity using ancient DNA and spatially explicit simulations. 2018 1-14.
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