A couple of researchers at Temple University received evidence that Neanderthals suggest that; praise and present children with highly modern people many times – not just once, as suggested by research in advance. In their papers published in the magazine Nature and Evolution, Fernando Villanea and Joshua Schraiber describe their genetic study of Eastern Asian people and in Europe and how they compared them with people from elsewhere. Fabrizio Mafessoni is the Max Planck Institute for Hebrew Anthropology offering a piece of news and comments on the work done by the pair in the same magazine.
In recent years, scientists have discovered that early people have been moving out of Africa to Neanderthals; live in parts of Europe and East Asia now. In comparing the Neanderthal DNA with today's people, researchers have found that there was at least one friend that followed seed, which is shown in DNA of people – it's Neanderthal; in about 2 per cent of the DNA in non-African people today. In this new attempt, researchers have found evidence that suggests that there was more than one event like that.
Their conclusions make logic sense, & # 39; think that people at the new era and Neanderthal existed for about 30,000 years. Recent research with other organizations had suggested that a number of public representation unions had occurred – some people in Eastern Asia found that, for example, up to 20% more of Neanderthal DNA than those of tight European descendants. In this new attempt, researchers took a closer look to find out once and for everyone if there were several pairs or only one. They extracted and analyzed data from the 1000 Genomes Project, which measured the amount of Neanderthal DNA in genetic material from volunteers. A & # 39; The first step is to divide the data between people of European and Asian descendants. By doing so, he suggested that both groups had evidence of the events related to many events. Then, researchers investigated the levels of both groups by creating efficiencies; Showing results of different numbers of mating events between the two groups. Data from the symbols was then inserted into a machine learning algorithm that showed a DNA unit pattern based on the number of incidents of cross-breeding events.
Researchers decided that the most likely situation was that there were many subjects of antibodies between early people in Eastern Asia and in Europe with Neanderthals.
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Fabrizio Mafessoni. Speakers with ancient speakers, Nature & Evolution (2018). DOI: 10.1038 / s41559-018-0729-6
Fernando A. Villanea et al. There are many complex events between Neanderthal and modern people, Nature & Evolution (2018). DOI: 10.1038 / s41559-018-0735-8