Study of Medieval Swahili Peoples Finds African, Asian Genetic Ancestry
Researchers brought genetic and archaeological data together to explore interactions between populations from Africa and Persia and beyond from around 200 to 1,000 years ago.
Tibetan Plateau Population Relationships, Adaptations Assessed With Ancient Genomes
With new sequences for 89 ancient individuals, researchers identified shared and distinct ancestry patterns within Tibetan Plateau populations going back 5,100 years.
Ice Age European History Refined With Ancient DNA Sequences
Researchers brought together ancient genomic and archaeological clues to untangle population interactions and migrations before, during, and after the Last Glacial Maximum.
Cochlear Implant Outcomes Linked to Type of Genetic Diagnosis for Childhood Hearing Loss
Data from more than 400 families affected by childhood-onset hearing loss indicated that specific genes and variants can provide prognostic clues, including success of cochlear implants.
Ancient Siberian Genomes Point to Interconnected Populations, Gene Flow From Native Americans
By analyzing 10 newly sequenced individuals going back up to 7,500 years, researchers retraced relationships between ancient populations in North Asia, Europe, and North America.