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
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
Age of the Association between Helicobacter pylori and Man
Y Moodley, B Linz, RP Bond, M Nieuwoudt, H Soodyall, CM Schlebusch, ...
PLoS pathogens 8 (5), e1002693, 2012
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
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
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
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
Genetic variation in Khoisan-speaking populations from southern Africa
CM Schlebusch
Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 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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