Evidence that two main bottleneck events shaped modern human genetic diversity

Amos W, Hoffman J (2010)
Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 277(1678): 131-137.

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Amos W, Hoffman J. Evidence that two main bottleneck events shaped modern human genetic diversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B. 2010;277(1678):131-137.
Amos, W., & Hoffman, J. (2010). Evidence that two main bottleneck events shaped modern human genetic diversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, 277(1678), 131-137. doi:10.1098/rspb.2009.1473
Amos, W., and Hoffman, J. (2010). Evidence that two main bottleneck events shaped modern human genetic diversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 277, 131-137.
Amos, W., & Hoffman, J., 2010. Evidence that two main bottleneck events shaped modern human genetic diversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, 277(1678), p 131-137.
W. Amos and J. Hoffman, “Evidence that two main bottleneck events shaped modern human genetic diversity”, Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B, vol. 277, 2010, pp. 131-137.
Amos, W., Hoffman, J.: Evidence that two main bottleneck events shaped modern human genetic diversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B. 277, 131-137 (2010).
Amos, W., and Hoffman, Joseph. “Evidence that two main bottleneck events shaped modern human genetic diversity”. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 277.1678 (2010): 131-137.
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