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DNA Study Suggests Asia Was Settled in Multiple Waves of Migration


September 22, 2011

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An international team of researchers studying DNA patterns from modern and archaic humans has found that the Denisovans, a recently discovered hominin group, contributed genes to several populations in Asia and that modern humans settled Asia in more than one migration.Full Story

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Harvard Medical School

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