Neanderthal genome is finished and free

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Three years after an international team of experts led by researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology  in Leipzig, Germany published a “draft” of the genome of Homo neanderthalensis (commonly known as the “Neanderthal”), the team hascome back  with a higher-quality “finished” map of the genome. The DNA comes from sequencing of Neanderthal toe-bone found in Siberia

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