The Genome of Sitting Bull | GenomeWeb

Sitting Bull, the famous Sioux chief, may soon have his genome sequenced, reports ScienceNews. Cristina Valdiosera, a member of Eske Willerslev's lab at the University of Copenhagen, said in a talk at the American Quaternary Association that her group had approval from Sitting Bull's descendants to test some of his hair.

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