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COLD SPRING HARBOR, NY (GenomeWeb) – Europeans may have had shorter historical generation times than other populations, according to a speaker at this year's Biology of Genomes meeting here. This shorter generation time may have affected the distribution of Neanderthal-derived allele fragments within the genomes of people of European ancestry as compared to people of East Asian ancestry.

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