Sample Name: Dheria Gond
Sample UID: SA001151I
Sample Description:This sample of Dheria Gond consists of individuals of central India who belongs to the Tribal community.They speak an Indo Aryan language chaattisgarhi and are known to be highly endomagous group.
Number of Chromosomes: 72
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References:- Sarkar N, Kashyap VK. "Genetic diversity at two pentanucleotide STR and thirteen tetranucleotide STR loci by multiplex PCR in four predominant population groups of central India". Forensic Sci Int. 128:196-201. (2002) Online citation.
Sample Name: Gond
Sample UID: SA002125K
Sample Description:This sample consists of apparently normal healthy volunteer Gond individuals from Madhya Pradesh, India. This sample was collected by Thangaraj K. All the subjects were apparently normal, healthy volunteers and no diagnosis of alcoholism or related disorders were performed. All participants provided written informed consent and the study was approved by the Institutional Ethical Review Committee of the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), Hyderabad.
Number of Chromosomes: 98
References:- Bhaskar LV, Thangaraj K, Osier M, Reddy AG, Rao AP, Singh L, Rao VR "Single nucleotide polymorphisms of the ALDH2 gene in six Indian populations". Ann Hum Biol. 34:607-19.. (2007) Online citation.
- Rao VR, Bhaskar LV, Annapurna C, Reddy AG, Thangaraj K, Rao AP, Singh L "Single nucleotide polymorphisms in alcohol dehydrogenase genes among some Indian populations". Am J Hum Biol. 19:338-44. (2007) Online citation.
Sample Name: Maria Gond
Sample UID: SA000573P
Sample Description:This sample was collected from individuals belonging to the Maria Gond tribe. They are a proto-Asian tribe of agriculturists and food gatherers from Madya Pradesh (central India).
Number of Chromosomes: 44
References:- Watkins WS, Bamshad M, Dixon ME, Bhaskara Rao B, Naidu JM, Reddy PG, Prasad BVR, Das PK, Reddy PC, Gai PB, Bhanu A, Kusuma YS, Lum JK, Fischer P, Jorde LB. "Multiple origins of the mtDNA 9-bp deletion in populations of South India". Am J Phys Anthropol 109:147-158. (1999) Online citation.
Sample UID: SA003489Y
Sample Description:This sample consists of Gond from Madhya-Pradesh, India.
Number of Chromosomes: 40
References:- Chaubey G, Metspalu M, Choi Y, Mägi R, Romero IG, Soares P, van Oven M, Behar DM, Rootsi S, Hudjashov G, Mallick CB, Karmin M, Nelis M, Parik J, Reddy AG, Metspalu E, van Driem G, Xue Y, Tyler-Smith C, Thangaraj K, Singh L, Remm M, Richards MB, Lahr MM, Kayser M, Villems R, Kivisild T. "Population Genetic Structure in Indian Austroasiatic speakers: The Role of Landscape Barriers and Sex-specific Admixture". Mol Biol Evol. (Epub ,ahead of print) (2010) Online citation.
Sample Name: Maria Gonds
Sample UID: SA000271K
Sample Description:Maria Gonds sample, collected from the Bastar district of Madhya Pradesh.
Number of Chromosomes: 130
References:- Mastana SS, Reddy PH, Das MK, Reddy P, Das K. "Molecular Genetic Diversity in 5 Populations of Madhya Pradesh, India". Hum. Biol. 72:499-510. (2000) Online citation.
Sample Name: Naikpod Gond
Sample UID: SA001581P
Sample Description:This sample consists of consenting healthy, unrelated Naikpod Gond individuals from Andhra Pradesh, India.
Number of Chromosomes: 208
References:- Bindu G, Trivedi R, Kashyap V. "Genotypic polymorphisms at seventeen autosomal short tandem repeat Loci in four tribal populations of Andhra Pradesh, India". J Forensic Sci. 50:978-983. (2005) Online citation.
Sample UID: SA001950P
Sample Description:This sample consists of healthy unrelated Maria Gonds from central India. Maria Gond is a prominent tribal group of Madhya Pradesh and Maharasthra. They are widely distributed and practice endogamy. The live in minimum clothing an practice hunting and food gathering. The present Maria Gond samples were collected from the Bastar district of Madhya Pradesh.
Number of Chromosomes: 298
References:- Singh PP, Singh M ,Mastana SS "APOE distribution in world populations with new data from India and the UK". Annals of Human Biology 33:279-308. (2006)
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