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Researchers from the University of California, Davis, the University of Connecticut, and elsewhere attempt to tease out natural selection signals in Indigenous populations in Alaska, the US Southeast, and central Mexico. With genotyping arrays, the team profiled genome-wide SNP patterns in 150 individuals from Indigenous populations, using the variant patterns to explore the individuals' ancestry and search for potential signs of selection that were shared or distinct between populations.

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