Mitochondrial Sequencing Offers More Genetically Diverse View of First North American Populations | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Based on their analyses of dozens of present-day mitochondrial genomes, an international research team suggests the first people to occupy the Americas brought with them more mitochondrial genetic diversity than once realized.

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