NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Individuals from present-day Ethiopian populations within certain language groups share genetic features with individuals from populations in Egypt, Israel, and Syria, according to an early, online study in the American Journal of Human Genetics yesterday that used genotyping to explore long-term and more recent population patterns in Ethiopia.

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