Indian tribal population
Sample Name: Tripuri
Sample UID: SA002314K
Sample Description:This sample consists of unrelated Tripuri individuals, a tribal population from North-east India. Ethnicity was confirmed by the participants and the individuals were unrelated at least to the second cousin level.
Number of Chromosomes: 100
Relation to Other Samples:
References:- Majumder PP, Dey B "Absence of the HIV-1 protective Delta ccr5 allele in most ethnic populations of India". Eur J Hum Genet. 9:794-6. (2001) Online citation.
Sample Name: Tipperah
Sample UID: SA000756S
Sample Description:The Tipperah represent a Tribe in Northeast India. They have a Tibeto-Burman Linguistic affiliation. This sample was drawn with informed consent from individuals. The individuals were unrelated to the first cousin level.
Number of Chromosomes: 102
Relation to Other Samples: Superset of SA000591P
References:- Basu A, Mukherjee N, Roy S, Sengupta S, Banerjee S, Chakraborty M, Dey B, Roy M, Roy B, Bhattacharyya NP, Roychoudhury S, Majumder PP "Ethnic India: A Genomic View, with Special Reference to Peopling and Structure". Genome Res 13:2277-2290. (2003) Online citation.
Sample UID: SA000591P
Sample Description:This sample was collected from unrelated individuals in various locations around Agartala, Tripura in northeastern India. The Tipperah (also known as Tripuri) are a tribal population. They speak a Tibeto-Burman language and are primarily agriculturists. The Tipperah are part of the ethnic stock who migrated from Tibet several centuries ago.
Number of Chromosomes: 82
References:- Majumder PP, Roy B, Banerjee S, Chakraborty M, Dey B, Mukherjee N, Roy M, Thakurta PG, Sil SK.
"Human-specific insertion/deletion polymorphisms in Indian populations and their possible evolutionary implications
". Eur J Hum Genet 7:435-46. (1999) Online citation.
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