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Scientific and Applied Significance of the Analysis of Y-chromosome Variaition for Criminalistics, Ethnodemographic Studies and Historical Reconstructions

Udina I.G., Alesya S. Gracheva A.S., Kurbatova O.L.

Volume 9, Issue 1, 2023

Udina I.G., Gracheva A.S., Kurbatova O.L. (2023). Scientific and Applied Significance of the Analysis of Y-chromosome Variaition for Criminalistics, Ethnodemographic Studies and Historical Reconstructions. Social area, 9 (1). DOI: 10.15838/sa.2023.1.37.7 URL: http://socialarea-journal.ru/article/29566?_lang=en

DOI: 10.15838/sa.2023.1.37.7

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