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NEW YORK — While Basques are genetically similar to other European populations, a new genomic analysis has found that they also exhibit distinct differences that are likely due to their isolation.

Basques, who traditionally live in the western Pyrenees in both Spain and France, have drawn interest from researchers as a unique European population, as the Basque language, Euskara, is a non-Indo-European language and as initial studies have demonstrated an unusually high frequency of Rh-negative blood groups among Basques.

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