Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Reconstructed Genome of 45,000-Year-Old Man Offers Clues on Modern Humans - NYTimes.com

Reconstructed Genome of 45,000-Year-Old Man Offers Clues on Modern Humans - NYTimes.com:



"Scientists have reconstructed the genome of a man who lived 45,000 years ago, by far the oldest genetic record ever obtained from modern humans. The research, published on Wednesday in the journal Nature, provided new clues to the expansion of modern humans from Africa about 60,000 years ago, when they moved into Europe and Asia."



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