Investigating kinship of Neolithic post-LBK human remains from Krusza Zamkowa, Poland using ancient DNA.

Juras A, Chyleński M, Krenz-Niedbała M, Malmström H, Ehler E, Pospieszny Ł, Łukasik S, Bednarczyk J, Piontek J, Jakobsson M, Dabert M

Forensic Sci Int Genet 26 (-) 30-39 [2017-01-00; online 2016-10-14]

We applied an interdisciplinary approach to investigate kinship patterns and funerary practices during the middle Neolithic. Genetic studies, radiocarbon dating, and taphonomic analyses were used to examine two grave clusters from Krusza Zamkowa, Poland. To reconstruct kinship and determine biological sex, we extracted DNA from bones and teeth, analyzed mitochondrial genomes and nuclear SNPs using the HID-Ion AmpliSeq™ Identity panel generated on Illumina and Ion Torrent platforms, respectively. We further dated the material (AMS

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PubMed 27771467

DOI 10.1016/j.fsigen.2016.10.008

Crossref 10.1016/j.fsigen.2016.10.008

pii: S1872-4973(16)30193-4


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