Ancient Mitochondrial Genome Points to Previously Unknown Hominin Group

By sequencing the mitochondrial genome from a 30,000 to 48,000 year old finger specimen found in a Siberian cave, a Max Planck-led research team has identified a new hominin mitochondrial group.

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