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By sequencing Y chromosomes from several archaic humans, a team led by Max Planck Institute scientists provides new evidence that archaic Neanderthal Y chromosomes were replaced by introgressed Homo sapiens Y chromosomes. Data on the Y chromosomes of Denisovans and Neanderthals has been lacking because the majority that have been sequenced to sufficient coverage are female.

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