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The analysis of ancient DNA allows scientists to trace human evolution and make important discoveries about modern populations. The data revealed by ancient DNA sampling can be valuable, but the human remains that carry this ancient DNA are often those of the ancestors of modern Indigenous g
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A previously unknown aspect of human evolution has come to light due to the use of ancient DNA, including samples of human remains around 45,000 years old.
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Ithaca (New York) [US], October 22 (ANI): According to new research, butterfly wing patterns follow a basic plan that is manipulated by non-coding regulatory DNA to create the diversity of wings seen in different species.
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Washington [US], October 9 (ANI): Geneticists have discovered a previously unknown lineage of wild goats over ten millennia old. The new goat type, discovered from genetic screening of bone remains and referred to as 'the Taurasian tur', likely survived the Last Glacial Maximum (the ice age)
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Washington [US], July 3 (ANI): According to the publications in the 'Nature' journal, a recent study conducted by an international team of Francis Crick Institute's archaeologists and geneticists has found that a dog's ancestry can be traced back to at least two prehistoric wolf populations.
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Washington [US], June 29 (ANI): According to a new study by an international group of geneticists and archaeologists of the Francis Crick Institute, have discovered that the ancestry of dogs can be traced to at least two populations of ancient wolves. The study revealed the answer to the mos
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London [UK], Dec. 20(ANI): Tuberculosis, treponemal disease, Chagas disease, and many other pathogens were endemic to populations of Prehistoric America. But the "Columbian Exchange" beginning in 1492 introduced new pathogens to American populations, including smallpox, measles, in