HLA genetic study in Iran Saqqez-Baneh Kurds: no genetic trace of Aryan invasions in Anatolian Turks and Kurds is found

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Suarez Trujillo, Fabio and Juárez Martín-Delgado, Ignacio and Palacio Grüber, José Manuel de and Martin Villa, Jose Manuel and Amirzargar, Ali and Arnaiz Villena, Antonio (2022) HLA genetic study in Iran Saqqez-Baneh Kurds: no genetic trace of Aryan invasions in Anatolian Turks and Kurds is found. Human Immunology . ISSN 0198-8859

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Official URL: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.humimm.2022.07.005



Abstract

Kurds are living at Middle East region comprising several countries (38 million people) and also have emigrated to Asia, Europe and America. Kurds from Iran have been HLA typed in the present work from Saqqez and Baneh towns, Kordestan province, Iran. Origin of Kurds is considered autochthonous from Anatolia and surrounding mountains :they have been referred as “the mountain people” by classic Persian, Greek and Roman authors. Present day Turks are also autochthonous from Anatolia, but they were not recognized by classical authors as living in the mountains and they speak a language of Asian origin that was imposed to Anatolia by a “elite” invasion without a noticeable high Asian gene input. Most frequent class I and class II HLA alleles found in Iranian Kurds population are: HLA‐A*24:02, A*02:01 and HLA‐B*35:01, and HLA‐DRB1*11:01, DRB1*03:02 and HLA‐DQB1*03:01; also, most frequent HLA extended haplotypes from this Iran Kurdish sample are not shared with Iranians but with Mediterranean, Turkish and Caucasus people. This is confirmed by Neighbour‐Joining and correspondence analysis studied together with the corresponding populations. Finally, our studies show that both Kurds and Turks are genetically original from Anatolian Peninsula and surrounding countries and that an apparent Asian genetic or Aryan invasion does not exist in the area.


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Uncontrolled Keywords:HLA; Kurds; Kurdistan; Turks; Iranians; Mediterraneans; Aryans; Elite invasion
Subjects:Medical sciences > Medicine > Medical genetics
ID Code:74731
Deposited On:23 Sep 2022 10:44
Last Modified:23 Sep 2022 10:49

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