Archéo-génétique 2012

The first genome sequence of Chinese plum

European Romani exodus began 1,500 years ago

- ‘Bigfoot’ DNA sequenced ?Homo sapiens/Unknown Hominin Hybrid Species in North America ?

Kenya: the Ashkenazi Jews and the Masai people

Genome of the Black Death Reveals Evidence for an Antique Bubonic Plague Pandemic

Native Americans and Northern Europeans More Closely Related Than Previously Thought

Most of the harmful mutations in people arose in the past 5,000 to 10,000 years

Past 5,000 years prolific for changes to human genome

La variole identifiée dans des corps gelés de Sibérie datant du 18e siècle

DNA sleuth hunts wine roots in Anatolia

The evolution of human intellect: Human-specific regulation of neuronal genes

- Humans have added new bones to the pig

- Pilbara (Australie): 30000-year-old DNA preserved in poo a window into the past

Iceman was Central Europe native

- Altai Mountains (Mongolie): Origins of genetic blending between Europeans and Asians

Humans, chimpanzees and monkeys share DNA but not gene regulatory mechanisms

The biggest expansion of man in prehistory?

Xaltocan (Mexique): The DNA of Aztec conquest

Rise of wheat and milk allergies

Complete mitochondrial genome sequences of ancient New Zealanders

New analysis provides fuller picture of human expansion from Africa

Jerusalem (Israël): Olive trees in the Garden of Gethsemane linked to Christ's time

Dating encounters between modern humans and Neandertals

The Only Ancient Jewish Hair Ever Found

Genetics of hunter-gatherers and pastoralists in sub-Saharan Africa

Khoe and San groups descendants of the earliest diversification event in the history of all humans - some 100 000 years ago

Genetic mutation may have allowed early humans to migrate throughout Africa

Studies slow the human DNA clock

- Islande: Little Ice Age led to migration of island hopping arctic foxes

- Human evolution has become multi-colored

Denisovan genome:relationships between Denisovans and present-day humans.

Most mutations come from dad

Signatures of human migrations and marriage practices

Doubts about whether modern humans and Neanderthals interbred

How evolution has shaped modern Europeans

Genetic analysis focusing on Jews from North Africa

Cross-breeding of bison with domestic cattle in the late 1800s

DNA hints at African cousin to humans

Tracing the complicated trail of human origins

Citizen science helps unlock European genetic heritage

All chickens descend from south east Asia

Whole-genome sequencing of Africa's hunter-gatherers elucidates human variation and ancient interbreeding

Australie : DNA analysis of ancient remains to uncover origin mysteries

Le peuplement de l'Amérique vu par la génétique

Americas 'settled in three waves'

La Ermita de la Soledad (Espagne): Searching for an ancient syphilis DNA in newborns

- La Braña-Arintero (Espagne):researchers recover part of the genome of two hunter-gatherer individuals from 7,000 years ago

Genomics and African queens

Welsh people could be most ancient in UK, DNA suggests

DNA reveals new picture of dog origins

Infectious Disease May Have Shaped Human Origins

- 16th-century Korean mummy provides clue to hepatitis B virus genetic code

New genetic method to pinpoint individuals' geographic origin

Migration patterns of the first humans to settle the Americas

Project to examine 'Yeti' DNA

Abundance of rare DNA changes following population explosion may hold clues to common diseases

Modern dogs have 'little in common' with ancient breeds

As population exploded, more rare genes entered human genome

Refugees from the Ice Age: How Was Europe Repopulated?

Mystery of the domestication of the horse solved

Solomon Islands 'blond' gene is found

Rise of agriculture in Stone Age Europe

Gotland (Suède) : DNA Studies Reveal Spread of European Agriculture In Stone Age

Coropuna (Pérou): Forensic science used to determine who's who in pre-Columbian Peru

Chur (Suisse): DNA tests aim to identify 17th century Swiss hero - and killer - Jürg Jenatsch

Liang Island (Taiwan): Ancient skeleton linked to Polynesia

DNA analysis shakes up Neandertal theories

Afghans share unique genetic heritage

Qasr Ibrim (Egypte): Ancient cotton unveils secrets of domesticated crop evolution

Ancient links between African and European populations

- DNA traces cattle back to a small herd domesticated around 10,500 years ago

- Valdegoba cave (Espagne): European Neandertals were almost extinct long before humans showed up

- Le séquençage de l'ADN ouvre des nouvelles voies sur la compréhension de l'évolution humaine

- Indonesian 'Eves' colonised Madagascar 1,200 years ago

Were Some Neandertals Brown-Eyed Girls?

Where Vikings went, mice followed

Study of ribosome evolution challenges 'RNA World' hypothesis

Recreate a woolly mammoth

Otzi and the migration across Europe during the Copper Age

- Palm Valley (Australie): Red cabbage palms arrived only 15,000 years ago

- What have we got in common with a gorilla?

- The first complete map of the DNA of Oetzi

- How Neanderthal Are You? Your DNA Has the Answer

The race question: are bonobos human?

Molecular secrets of 2,000-year-old Chinese herbal remedy

Extensive RNA editing in human transcriptome

- Inside the Archaeology of Paleofeces

- Could the World All Be Genetically Arab, Says New DNA Evidence

Ile de Pâques : Did Easter Islanders Mix It Up With South Americans?

Denisova Cave (Russie) :Entire genome of extinct human decoded from fossil

Altai (Russie) : Birthplace of Native Americans?

Denisova Cave (Russie) : DNA Turning Human Story Into a Tell-All

Altai (Russie) : link between Asians and early Native-Americans

MtDNA tests trace all modern horses back to single ancestor 140,000 years ago

Following genetic footprints out of Africa

- 'Speed gene' in modern racehorses originated from British mare 300 years ago

Decoded: The Mystery of Human Migration

Origins of domestic dog in Japon

Gran Canaria (Espagne) : Ancient DNA in archaeological wheat grains: preservation conditions and the study of pre-Hispanic agriculture

Modern dogs are more Asian fusions than Euro pups

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