The genome of Asians have found traces of human Denisovskoye

genomeBiologists have found that Denisovsky people (the Latin name for this species has not yet assigned) mated with a human population in Asia – before it was assumed that such events occurred only in Oceania. Article scientists appeared in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and its summary is provided in a press release Uppsala University, where researchers are working. Denisovsky man was discovered in 2010 and then as scientists of the Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology Max Planck Svante Paabo led sikvenirovat DNA was this kind of people. By comparing the data obtained with the human genome, they concluded that this species mated with people leaving in our genome for a number of its information.
In the new work, scientists have a large-scale study on the pairing of two types, using data on the genome of people around the world, as well as computer simulations of their distribution. As a result, they were able to establish that the “relationship” with Denisovskoye human ancestors of modern humans were quite complicated. In June 2011, in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published an article in which researchers have shown that a similar cross with an unknown branch of the human race took place approximately 35 thousand years ago (he kind of, probably separated from the rest much earlier – about 700 thousand years back). Results scientists show that gene studied peoples can hold about two percent of the genes of other species.

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