Native American Genotyping Study Suggests First Inhabitants of the Americas Arrived in Multiple Migrations | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – At least three historical migrations from Asia introduced the ancestors of Native Americans to the Americas, according to a new study in Nature, though migrants from the first of these waves made the most pronounced genetic contributions to present-day Native American populations.

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