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Scientists reconstruct oldest modern human genome

Scientists reconstruct oldest modern human genome

A team of scientists have reported what could be the oldest reconstructed modern human genome. In a study published in Nature Ecology & Evolution, they analyzed the genome of a skull discovered in Zlaty Kun, Czechia in the early 1950s, and found segments of Neanderthal DNA in its genome were longer than those of the Ust’-Ishim individual from Siberia, the previous oldest modern human sequenced.

Clara
Clara
Terence
Terence 3 weeks

That's pretty cool

Dave
Dave 3 weeks

They reconstructed Bidens genome? Amazing what science can do.

J. S. Dietrich
J. S. Dietrich 4 weeks

Cool

Central Scrutinizer
Central Scrutinizer 3 weeks

Now that you're ancestry/23me/ged dna has been filed, it's your job to connect the links.

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