Carina M. Schlebusch
Carina M. Schlebusch
Associate Professor in Human Evolution and Genetics, Uppsala University
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Genomic variation in seven Khoe-San groups reveals adaptation and complex African history
CM Schlebusch, P Skoglund, P Sjödin, LM Gattepaille, D Hernandez, ...
Science 338 (6105), 374-379, 2012
Age of the association between Helicobacter pylori and man
Y Moodley, B Linz, RP Bond, M Nieuwoudt, H Soodyall, CM Schlebusch, ...
PLoS pathog 8 (5), e1002693, 2012
Southern African ancient genomes estimate modern human divergence to 350,000 to 260,000 years ago
CM Schlebusch, H Malmström, T Günther, P Sjödin, A Coutinho, H Edlund, ...
Science 358 (6363), 652-655, 2017
Human adaptation to arsenic-rich environments
CM Schlebusch, LM Gattepaille, K Engström, M Vahter, M Jakobsson, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 32 (6), 1544-1555, 2015
Genetic variation reveals large-scale population expansion and migration during the expansion of Bantu-speaking peoples
S Li, C Schlebusch, M Jakobsson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1793), 20141448, 2014
Lactase Persistence Alleles Reveal Partial East African Ancestry of Southern African Khoe Pastoralists
G Breton, CM Schlebusch, M Lombard, P Sjödin, H Soodyall, ...
Current Biology 24 (8), 852-858, 2014
MtDNA control region variation affirms diversity and deep sub-structure in populations from Southern Africa
CM Schlebusch, M Lombard, H Soodyall
BMC Evolutionary Biology 13 (1), 56, 2013
Tales of human migration, admixture, and selection in Africa
CM Schlebusch, M Jakobsson
Annual review of genomics and human genetics 19, 405-428, 2018
Stronger signal of recent selection for lactase persistence in Maasai than in Europeans
CM Schlebusch, P Sjödin, P Skoglund, M Jakobsson
European Journal of Human Genetics 21 (5), 550-553, 2013
Possible positive selection for an arsenic-protective haplotype in humans
CM Schlebusch, CM Lewis Jr, M Vahter, K Engström, RY Tito, ...
Environmental health perspectives 121 (1), 53-58, 2013
SNaPshot minisequencing to resolve mitochondrial macro‐haplogroups found in Africa
CM Schlebusch, T Naidoo, H Soodyall
Electrophoresis 30 (21), 3657-3664, 2009
Northeast African genomic variation shaped by the continuity of indigenous groups and Eurasian migrations.
N Hollfelder, CM Schlebusch, T Günther, H Babiker, HY Hassan, ...
PLoS genetics 13 (8), e1006976, 2017
Genetic variation and population structure of Sudanese populations as indicated by 15 Identifiler sequence-tagged repeat (STR) loci
HMA Babiker, CM Schlebusch, HY Hassan, M Jakobsson
Investigative genetics 2 (1), 1-13, 2011
Different contributions of ancient mitochondrial and Y-chromosomal lineages in ‘Karretjie people’of the Great Karoo in South Africa
CM Schlebusch, M de Jongh, H Soodyall
Journal of human genetics 56 (9), 623-630, 2011
Genetic variation in Khoisan-speaking populations from southern Africa
CM Schlebusch
Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 2010
Selenium metabolism to the trimethylselenonium ion (TMSe) varies markedly because of polymorphisms in the indolethylamine N-methyltransferase gene
D Kuehnelt, K Engström, H Skröder, S Kokarnig, C Schlebusch, M Kippler, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 102 (6), 1406-1415, 2015
Development of a single base extension method to resolve Y chromosome haplogroups in sub-Saharan African populations
T Naidoo, CM Schlebusch, H Makkan, P Patel, R Mahabeer, JC Erasmus, ...
Investigative genetics 1 (1), 1-11, 2010
The disappearing San of southeastern Africa and their genetic affinities
CM Schlebusch, F Prins, M Lombard, M Jakobsson, H Soodyall
Human Genetics 135 (12), 1365-1373, 2016
Cancer prevalence in 129 breast-ovarian cancer families tested for BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations
CM Schlebusch, G Dreyer, MD Sluiter, TM Yawitch, HJ Van den Berg, ...
South African Medical Journal 100 (2), 2010
Issues raised by use of ethnic-group names in genome study
C Schlebusch
Nature 464 (7288), 487-487, 2010
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