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DNA from elusive human relatives the Denisovans has left a curious mark on modern people in New Guinea

By Irene Gallego Romero, Senior Lecturer in Human Genetics, The University of Melbourne
Davide Vespasiani, Post-doctoral researcher, The University of Melbourne
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Humanity carries traces of other populations in our DNA – and a new study shows how one of these ancestors has influenced the immune systems of modern Papuans.The Conversation


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