Data from: Genetic uniqueness of the Waorani tribe from the Ecuadorian Amazon

Laura Valverde, Maria Teresa Zarrabeitia, Adrian Odriozola, Marian Martínez De Pancorbo, Sergio Cardoso, Miguel Angel Alfonso-Sánchez, Dora Sánchez & Begoña Martínez-Jarreta
South America and especially the Amazon basin is known to be home to some of the most isolated human groups in the world. Here we report on a study of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) in the Waorani from Ecuador, probably the most warlike human population known to date. Seeking to look in more depth at the characterization of the genetic diversity of this Native American tribe, molecular markers from the X and Y chromosomes were also...
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