NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – By sifting through the genomes of nearly 20 individuals who lived in ancient Britain, two teams of researchers have caught a glimpse into the population history of Britain, as they reported today in a pair of Nature Communications papers. Both teams highlighted the influence of migrations on the genetic makeup of the people of Britain.

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