Figure 1 .

Map of South America with location of Tompullo 2 site and contemporary populations used in this study. 1 – Ngöebe (n = 46) [18], 2 – Embera (n = 44) [19], 3 – Wounan (n = 31) [20], 4 – Guahibo (n = 59) [21], 5 – Cayapa (n = 30) [22], 6 - Yungay ( n = 36) [23], 7 - Ancash (n = 33) [24], 8 – San Martin (n = 23) [25], 9 – Tupe (n = 16) [23], 10 – Tayacaja (n = 61) [25], 11 – Arequipa (n = 22) [25], 12- Puno (Aymara speaking) (n = 14) [23], 13 – Puno (Quechua speaking) (n = 30) [23], 14 – Yuracare (n = 15) [26], 15 - Ignaciano (n = 15) [26], 16 - Trinitario (n = 11) [26], 17 – Movima (n = 12) [26], 18 – Zoro (n = 29) [27], 19 – Gavião (n = 28) [27], 20 – Xavante (n = 24) [27], 21 – Ache (n = 63) [28], 22 – Pehuenche (n = 24) [29], 23 - Mapuche (n = 34) [29], 24 – Yaghan (n = 15) [29].

Baca et al. BMC Genetics 2012 13:30   doi:10.1186/1471-2156-13-30
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