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A team from the US and China used genotyping with high-density arrays to narrow in on candidate loci linked to high altitude adaptations in a nomadic Mongolian population called the Deedu, known to have moved into an area known as the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau from the Mongolian steppes some 500 years ago.

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