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In search of the lost genomes

... genome. This would settle its relationships both to Neanderthals and to modem humans in a definitive way as well as its possible status as a new species. We rewrote the manuscript and removed any reference to a new species. Instead, we said that “nuclear DNA sequences are needed to clarify definitively the relationship of the Denisova individual to present- day humans and Neanderthals.” We sent it back to Nature , where it appeared in early April. As events would show, we had reason to be grateful ...

Modified: 26.06.2018
paleogenetics , mitochondrial DNA , nuclear DNA , hominid , Neanderthal , Denisovan
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The man's family tree has branched out

... named the Denisovan after the site where the anthropological fossils were found, namely, the Denisova Cave in the northeast of Gornyi Altai. The quantum leap that took place in these studies in 2011 resulted from a successful sequencing of the Denisovan nuclear DNA and from an accurate assessing of the contributions of two kindred hominid groups – Neanderthals and Denisovans – to the gene pool of contemporary humankind Recently, the evolution of mankind from the early hominids to Homo sapiens ...

Modified: 19.06.2018
paleogenetics , mitochondrial DNA , nuclear DNA , hominid , Neanderthal , Denisovan
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Where has Homo Sapiens come from?

... Germany) by an international team of genetic scientists led by Professor Svante Pääbo. Paleogenetic studies confirmed that the remains discovered in Okladnikov Cave were Neanderthal whereas the results of the sequencing of mitochondrial and then nuclear DNA from the bone samples discovered in the occupation layer of the Upper Paleolithic early stage in Denisova Cave sprang a surprise on the researchers. The bone fragments proved to belong to a new fossil hominin, unknown to science, who was given ...

Modified: 19.06.2018
paleogenetics , mitochondrial DNA , nuclear DNA , hominines , Neanderthal , Denisovan
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The Pleasure of Discovery, or a Hunt for Hominins

... paleogenetic examination of the anthropological findings from Denisova and Okladnikov caves. Paleogenetic studies confirmed that the remains discovered in Okladnikov Cave were Neanderthal whereas the results of the sequencing of mitochondrial and then nuclear DNA from the bone samples discovered in the occupation layer of the Upper Paleolithic early stage in Denisova Cave sprang a surprise on the researchers. The history of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography in Novosibirsk began from a standing ...

Modified: 19.06.2018
paleogenetics , mitochondrial DNA , nuclear DNA , hominid , Neanderthal , Denisovan
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The Pleasure of Discovery, or a Hunt for Hominins

... paleogenetic examination of the anthropological findings from Denisova and Okladnikov caves. Paleogenetic studies confirmed that the remains discovered in Okladnikov Cave were Neanderthal whereas the results of the sequencing of mitochondrial and then nuclear DNA from the bone samples discovered in the occupation layer of the Upper Paleolithic early stage in Denisova Cave sprang a surprise on the researchers. The history of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography in Novosibirsk began from a ...

Modified: 27.10.2017
paleogenetics , mitochondrial DNA , nuclear DNA , hominid , Neanderthal , Denisovan
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Where has Homo sapiens come from?

... Germany) by an international team of genetic scientists led by Professor Svante Pääbo. Paleogenetic studies confirmed that the remains discovered in Okladnikov Cave were Neanderthal whereas the results of the sequencing of mitochondrial and then nuclear DNA from the bone samples discovered in the occupation layer of the Upper Paleolithic early stage in Denisova Cave sprang a surprise on the researchers. The bone fragments proved to belong to a new fossil hominin, unknown to science, who was given ...

Modified: 26.04.2016
paleogenetics , mitochondrial DNA , nuclear DNA , hominines , Neanderthal , Denisovan
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The man’s family tree has branched out

... named the Denisovan after the site where the anthropological fossils were found, namely, the Denisova Cave in the northeast of Gornyi Altai. The quantum leap that took place in these studies in 2011 resulted from a successful sequencing of the Denisovan nuclear DNA and from an accurate assessing of the contributions of two kindred hominid groups – Neanderthals and Denisovans – to the gene pool of contemporary humankind Recently, the evolution of mankind from the early hominids to Homo sapiens ...

Modified: 18.12.2012
paleogenetics , mitochondrial DNA , nuclear DNA , hominid , Neanderthal , Denisovan
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