The search for ancient DNA heads east
Anthropologists and prehistorians have debated the origins of the peoples of Southeast Asia for more than a century, often without consensus over the relative importance of successive migrations from external sources versus indigenous continuity through time. The analysis of ancient whole-genome DNA from archaeological skeletons brings a new view to this debate (1, 2). On pages 88 and 92 of this issue, McColl et al. (3) and Lipson et al. (4), respectively, use genomic DNA...[Show more]
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