Study Highlights Admixture between Ancestral Indian Populations Prior to Caste System | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – India's two main ancestral populations appear to have mixed extensively with one another within the past few thousand years, a new study suggests, pointing to a period that preceded the relative genetic isolation associated with the country's caste system.

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