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2016
Genomic insights into the origin of farming in the ancient Near East.Lazaridis, I., Nadel D., Rollefson G., Merrett DC, Rohland N., Mallick S., Fernandes D., Novak M., Gamarra B., Sirak K., Connell S., Stewardson K., Harney E., Fu Q., Gonzalez-Fortes G., Jones ER, Roodenberg SA, Lengyel G., Bocquentin F., Gasparian B., et al. Nature, 2016/07/25, (2016) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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The genetic history of Ice Age Europe.Fu, Q., Posth C., Hajdinjak M., Petr M., Mallick S., Fernandes D., Furtwängler A., Haak W., Meyer M., Mittnik A., Nickel B., Peltzer A., Rohland N., Slon V., Talamo S., Lazaridis I., Lipson M., Mathieson I., Schiffels S., Skoglund P., et al. Nature, 2016/05/02, (2016) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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A genetic method for dating ancient genomes provides a direct estimate of human generation interval in the last 45,000 years.Moorjani, P., Sankararaman S., Fu Q., Przeworski M., Patterson N., and Reich D. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2016/05/02, (2016) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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2015
An early modern human from Romania with a recent Neanderthal ancestor.Fu, Q., Hajdinjak M., Moldovan OT, Constantin S., Mallick S., Skoglund P., Patterson N., Rohland N., Lazaridis I., Nickel B., Viola B., Prüfer K., Meyer M., Kelso J., Reich D., and Pääbo S. Nature, 2015/06/22, (2015) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Massive migration from the steppe was a source for Indo-European languages in Europe.Haak, W., Lazaridis I., Patterson N., Rohland N., Mallick S., Llamas B., Brandt G., Nordenfelt S., Harney E., Stewardson K., Fu Q., Mittnik A., Bánffy E., Economou C., Francken M., Friederich S., Pena RG, Hallgren F., Khartanovich V., Khokhlov A., et al. Nature, 2015/03/02, (2015) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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2014
Genome sequence of a 45,000-year-old modern human from western Siberia.Fu, Q., Li H., Moorjani P., Jay F., Slepchenko SM, Bondarev AA, Johnson PL, Aximu-Petri A., Prüfer K., de Filippo C., Meyer M., Zwyns N., Salazar-García DC, Kuzmin YV, Keates SG, Kosintsev PA, Razhev DI, Richards MP, Peristov NV, Lachmann M., et al. Nature, 2014/10/23, Volume 514, Issue 7523, p.445-9, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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Ancient human genomes suggest three ancestral populations for present-day Europeans.Lazaridis, I., Patterson N., Mittnik A., Renaud G., Mallick S., Kirsanow K., Sudmant PH, Schraiber JG, Castellano S., Lipson M., Berger B., Economou C., Bollongino R., Fu Q., Bos KI, Nordenfelt S., Li H., de Filippo C., Prüfer K., Sawyer S., et al. Nature, 2014/09/18, Volume 513, Issue 7518, p.409-13, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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The complete genome sequence of a Neanderthal from the Altai Mountains.Prüfer, K., Racimo F., Patterson N., Jay F., Sankararaman S., Sawyer S., Heinze A., Renaud G., Sudmant PH, de Filippo C., Li H., Mallick S., Dannemann M., Fu Q., Kircher M., Kuhlwilm M., Lachmann M., Meyer M., Ongyerth M., Siebauer M., et al. Nature, 2014/01/02, Volume 505, Issue 7481, p.43-9, (2014) Read More / View Supplemental Materials
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