Ancient Andeans Had Novel Genetic Advantages to Adapt to Altitude
Ancient Andeans Had Novel Genetic Advantages to Adapt to Altitude
Unlike other populations living at high altitude, Andeans didn’t rely on hypoxia-related genes.
Ancient Andeans Had Novel Genetic Advantages to Adapt to Altitude
Ancient Andeans Had Novel Genetic Advantages to Adapt to Altitude

Unlike other populations living at high altitude, Andeans didn’t rely on hypoxia-related genes.

Unlike other populations living at high altitude, Andeans didn’t rely on hypoxia-related genes.

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