Modern Humans Share Disease-Associated Genetic Variants Like Crohn’s with Ancient Neanderthals And Denisovans

Modern Humans Share Disease-Associated Genetic Variants Like Crohn’s with Ancient Neanderthals And Denisovans
Scientists at the State University of New York at Buffalo have discovered that genetic variations associated with certain modern medical disorders reach back to distant antiquity, predating the Neanderthals and Denisovans (another ancient hominin about which little is known due to scarcity of remains), as well as contemporary humans. Research led by SUNY Buffalo assistant

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