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Submission + - Neanderthal DNA found in most humans

Torino10 writes: A recent article in the magazine Science( http://www.sciencemag.org/special/neandertal/ ) and written about on the Ars Technica website http://arstechnica.com/science/news/2010/05/neanderthal-genome-draft-done-indicates-interbreeding-occurred.ars states that the majority of humans found outside of Africa have between 1-4% neandertal DNA. Earlier comparisons of mitochondrial DNA did not show a link.
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Neanderthal DNA found in most humans

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