NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A new analysis suggests there were two instances of Denisovan admixture into modern humans.

Archaic hominins have left their mark on the modern human genome, as present-day Eurasians can trace about 2 percent of their genomes to Neanderthal origins, while Oceanians have inherited about 5 percent of their genomes from Denisovans.

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