Ancient DNA Online

Svante Pääbo and his colleagues at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology posted a free high-res version of the Denisovan genome online to allow other researchers to use the sequence in their work, reports ScienceInsider's Ann Gibbons. In 2010, Pääbo and his team sequenced the finger bone of a Denisovan girl found in a Siberian cave.

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