Denisova Hominin

November 1, 2011 by staff 

Denisova HomininDenisova Hominin, New research based on comparing the DNA of modern humans and early hominids (hominid) has clarified that evidence of the interrelationships of humans and hominids in Europe and around the world, according to the report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the website published on October 31, 2011.

Comparisons of DNA from 1,500 men today (selected to encompass a representative population overall) with the recently deciphered genome of a Neanderthal and a Denisova has led scientists to determine what Southeast Asians have a greater contribution of DNA Denisova than any other group of people in the world. This result includes the peoples of Oceania which has the second largest component of Denisova DNA in their DNA.

Denisovans archaic humans are the name of the Denisova cave in Siberia, where his remains were discovered.

Denisova DNA was discovered in north China’s population in the areas of present-day border between Pakistan and India, and North and South American native populations, but not to the extent that people were in Southeast Asia and Oceania.

The researchers postulate the DNA mixture was between humans emerged from Africa with the European Denisovans before any migration of the hybrids to Southeast Asia and beyond.

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