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Background: Deep Ancestry Expressed in Five Isolated Clusters Five Core Components in African Regions Five Core Components in European Regions Five Core Components in West Asian Regions Five Core Components in Indian Subcontinent Regions Five Core Components in North Eurasian Regions Five Core Components in Asian-Pacific Regions Five Core Components in Native American Regions Conclusion: Five Core Components in 44 World Regions This month’s Digest article features a finer analysis of local variation within Northwest Europe, providing new insights in the varied migrations and geographical contacts that have shaped the genetic structure of the British Isles, Scandinavia, and Western Continental Europe.

Announcements: DNA Tribes® SNP Update for Summer 2014 This month’s Digest highlights Jewish related ancestral components in Europe, West Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, and Africa.

In particular, both ancient and modern Siberians express genetic links with the Indian Subcontinent, Northeast Europe, Native Americans, and Oceanians.

Results express how these multiple waves of expansion and long term inter-population contacts have shaped the genetic landscape of Central Europe.

Results include geographical analysis of Farmer and Pastoralist admixture throughout Europe.

Results also examine Mediterranean and West Asian genetic components in present day populations of Greece, Italy, and the Eastern Danube that might reflect traces of ancestral Neolithic Farmer populations.

According to the tree model of human expansions described in a recent paper, these early migrations involved a Basal Eurasian population that later became ancestral to EEF (“First Farmers”) in both Europe and the Middle East.

This Digest article features iterative analyses of non-local genetic components in the Horn of Africa, where the Basal Eurasians might have first split off from ancestral African and Eurasian populations, only later to re-join with Eurasian hunter-gatherer populations in the founding of the first agricultural societies.

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