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  1. Kulubnarti was one of the last known refuges for...

    Kulubnarti was one of the last known refuges for Christians in Nubia. It has only been inhabited since the time of the Christian kingdom of Makuria. The Kulubnarti Nubians lived in a remote island...
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    Most Europeans do not have Basal Eurasian...

    Most Europeans do not have Basal Eurasian ancestry because this ancestry peaks in indigenous Arabs such as the Bedouin. Near Eastern populations harbor more Basal Eurasian ancestry. Moreover, Basal...
  3. Y haplogroups All individuals were accredited...

    Y haplogroups
    All individuals were accredited either to Y macro-haplogroup Q or N. The one possible exception was individual irk032 (probable carrier of Hg I*), which was dated to the Medieval...
  4. https://i.postimg.cc/2ydd3ft3/fs6a.png Fig....

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    Fig. S6. Light allele frequencies in ancient and present-day European populations for select SNPs (A) rs2675345, (B) rs4778123, (C) rs2153271, (D) rs3758833,...
  5. Figure 4 shows that 100% of WHGs had the...

    Figure 4 shows that 100% of WHGs had the OCA2/HERC2 gene, which is associated with blue eye color and light skin. However, most studies only link this OCA2/HERC2 gene to blue eyes, concluding that...
  6. Two Mesolithic hunter-gatherers (HGs) from...

    Two Mesolithic hunter-gatherers (HGs) from Central Serbia are included in the study as the typical representatives of HGs (VLASA7, VLASA32), who carried I2 and R1b1. 13 samples of Early Neolithic...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wEJyukCYpw ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wEJyukCYpw

    "Something in Your Eyes" was performed by Jenny Silver in the first semifinal of Melodifestivalen 2011 in Luleå.
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    Blood type O may offer some protection against...

    Blood type O may offer some protection against COVID-19 infection, according to a Danish study. Among the COVID-19 positive, Barnkob et al. (2020) found that people with blood types A, B, or AB may...
  9. https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-1WZjQX4DThQ/WfRSxT1ksdI...

    https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-1WZjQX4DThQ/WfRSxT1ksdI/AAAAAAAAGMA/pBHBvcEODYMCMj6ihfxAbDeuBvfcqnd8gCLcBGAs/s480/LP_alleles_Liebert_et_al_2017_small.png

    Supplementary Fig. 2 (Liebert et al. 2017)...
  10. The paper actually finds that pigmentation...

    The paper actually finds that pigmentation phenotype in VA Scandinavians may not have differed much from the present-day occupants of the region. Margaryan et al. (2020) also find that present-day...
  11. SARS-CoV-2 genomes obtained from patients in...

    SARS-CoV-2 genomes obtained from patients in Stockholm belonged to the genetic strains 20C/B.1/G and 20B/B.1.1/GR. Along with B.1/G from Italy, they are the three main strains found in Sweden. B.1/G...
  12. The new Swedish study by Soratto et al. (2020)...

    The new Swedish study by Soratto et al. (2020) found that the Italian strain of Covid-19 (B.1/G) mutated further in Sweden at position 364 in the S1 subunit, which destabilized the viral spike...
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    The study by Poma et al. (2019) found that...

    The study by Poma et al. (2019) found that haplogroup H is about 55% in northern and central Italy, while the percentage is around 33% in southern Italy, where haplogroups J and R0a are more common....
  14. The Albanians' dominant haplogroup is E-V13,...

    The Albanians' dominant haplogroup is E-V13, which is historically associated with the Illyrians who were the native inhabitants of the Balkans before the arrival of the Slavic people to the region. ...
  15. https://i.postimg.cc/BvQZX2mm/mixed.png These...

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    These R1a carriers (TUK18, TUK23, TUK25) were determined to have European ancestry but all of them had black or brown hair and brown eyes (0.98-1.00). They...
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    https://i.postimg.cc/YCBHdzKv/pcac.png Fig. 1....

    https://i.postimg.cc/YCBHdzKv/pcac.png
    Fig. 1. (C) Projection of ancient Asians onto a principal component analysis for present-day East Asians. Present-day East Asians (gray dots) form three main...
  17. Lazaridis et al. (2017) found that the Mycenaeans...

    Lazaridis et al. (2017) found that the Mycenaeans mostly carried J2a1 from Anatolia, while J-P58 (J1c3) is the main Y-DNA haplogroup for the Jews, which is associated with the Neolithic expansion of...
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    I remember reading this book by Peter Heather...

    I remember reading this book by Peter Heather when it was originally published a decade ago. I was so fascinated by the history of the Roman Empire at the time that I enrolled in a college course on...
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    The environmental explanation completely...

    The environmental explanation completely overlooks the fact that the ancestors of S_ITA were ancient Romans, while the ancestors of N_ITA were a Germanic people who played a major role in the fall of...
  20. Times of Neolithic Transition along the Western...

    Times of Neolithic Transition along the Western Mediterranean

    Editors: García Puchol, Oreto, Salazar García, Domingo Carlos (Eds.)

    ​Discusses the expansion of farming at the beginning of the...
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    Greek artists could have travelled to China 1,500...

    Greek artists could have travelled to China 1,500 years before Marco Polo and they could have been training locals there in the Third Century BC. European DNA was discovered at sites in China’s...
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    The most relevant genetic factor in coronavirus...

    The most relevant genetic factor in coronavirus transmission is the gene coding for the cell surface protein angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2), which the coronavirus uses to enter airway cells....
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    Medical professionals wear face guard masks which...

    Medical professionals wear face guard masks which protect their eyes as we know that COVID-19 could be aerosol-transmitted, and the tiny particles that carry the virus stay in the air for few hours....
  24. SARS-CoV-2 is thought to use ACE2 (rs4646127) as...

    SARS-CoV-2 is thought to use ACE2 (rs4646127) as a cell receptor for viral entry. The French paper proposes that nicotine down regulates the activity of ACE2 in lung tissues, which means that cell...
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    Having identifiable neutralizing antibodies...

    Having identifiable neutralizing antibodies (NAbs) in your blood means you've built up immunity. The pre-print paper (Wu et al. 2020) found that patients produced differing levels of antibodies....
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