Estimating the time since admixture from phased and unphased molecular data

Thijs Janzen
After admixture, recombination breaks down genomic blocks of contiguous ancestry. The breakdown of these blocks forms a new `molecular clock', that ticks at a much faster rate than the mutation clock, enabling accurate dating of admixture events in the recent past. However, existing theory on the break down of these blocks, or the accumulation of delineations between blocks, so called `junctions', has mostly been limited to using regularly spaced markers on phased data. Here, we...
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