Pompeu Fabra University
Study Finds Basques Genetically Distinct Among Europeans
The analysis found that Basques share a common origin with their neighbors but that gene flow has been limited since the Iron Age.
Ancient Genomes Shed Light on Cultural Expansion, Spread of Farming in Europe
Using genomic data for hundreds of ancient Europeans, research teams retraced the spread of the Beaker complex culture as well as interactions between pastoralists and hunter-gatherers.
Error-Prone DNA Repair Implicated in Analysis of Cancer Mutation Signature Clusters
Clustered mutation signatures in more than 1,000 tumors led to a process that appears to contribute to the development of some cancer driver mutations.
Ancient Interbreeding Among Chimpanzees, Bonobos Revealed in Genome Analysis
An international team analyzed the genomes of 65 wild-born chimpanzees and 10 bonobos to uncover evidence of gene flow.
Andamanese Islander Genomic Analysis Indicates Single Origin for Modern Asians
The analysis also uncovered hints of admixture with an unknown hominin population among South and Southeast Asians.