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NEW YORK – Nilo-Saharan language speakers are more genetically differentiated than members of other nearby language groups, according to a new genomic analysis. 

While Africa is home to a high level of genetic diversity, African populations, particularly Nilo-Saharan language speakers, are underrepresented in genomic studies. This language family encompasses 206 languages spoken by about 34 million people.

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