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.
Amazon Rainforest Population History Informed by New Genetic Data
With genetic data for dozens of individuals, researchers found two genetic subgroups within a Peruvian rainforest Indigenous Ashaninka population.
New NASEM Report Suggests Dropping Race, Ethnicity Tags From Genetic, Genomic Studies
In the report, an NASEM committee has compiled a list of recommendations for genetic researchers to ensure appropriate usage of population descriptors.
Chagas Disease Protective Variant Found in Indigenous Amazon Populations
With genome profiles for more than 100 individuals from populations in the Amazon, investigators focused in on selection signatures linked to Trypanosoma cruzi response.
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.