Ancient Genome Analysis Indicates Three Ancestral Populations Contributed to Modern-day Europeans | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – By peering into the genomes from various ancient Europeans, researchers have found that at least three ancestral populations have contributed to the genetic makeup of most modern-day Europeans.

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