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Pre-Columbian Male Ancestors for the American Continent, Molecular Y-Chromosome Insight

By Graciela Bailliet, Marina Muzzio, Virginia Ramallo, Laura S. Jurado Medina, Emma L. Alfaro, José E. Dipierri4 and Claudio M. Bravi

Submitted: May 30th 2011Reviewed: October 6th 2011Published: February 24th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/37118

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Graciela Bailliet, Marina Muzzio, Virginia Ramallo, Laura S. Jurado Medina, Emma L. Alfaro, José E. Dipierri4 and Claudio M. Bravi (February 24th 2012). Pre-Columbian Male Ancestors for the American Continent, Molecular Y-Chromosome Insight, Genetic Diversity in Microorganisms Mahmut Caliskan, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/37118. Available from:

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