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Relation to Other Samples:
Estimated heterozygosities for various sites:
Sample Description: This sample consists of unrelated adults belonging to the Punugu subcaste. The Punugu are a subcaste of the Yadava (Golla) caste. The sample was collected from the Chittoor District in Andhra Pradesh, India. They still retain their traditional patterns intact and maintain a high degree of endogamy within the subcasts. Yadavas in general prefer consanguineous marriages and village endogamy.
- Reddy BH, Sun G, Luis JR, Crawford MH, Hemam NS, Deka R. "Genomic diversity at thirteen short tandem repeat loci in a substructured caste population, Golla, of southern Andhra Pradesh, India
". Hum Biol. 73:175-90. . (2001) Online citation.
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