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In this week's Science, researchers from the University of Washington report on a new technique for analyzing parts of the Neandertal genome using genetic data from modern-day humans. The team identified DNA sequences from these hominids that remain in present-day non-African humans, comparing them with the genomes of modern people from Europe and East Asia.

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