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Scientists Extract and Sequence Million-Year-Old Mammoth DNA

News   Feb 17, 2021

 
Scientists Extract and Sequence Million-Year-Old Mammoth DNA

The illustration represents a reconstruction of the steppe mammoths that preceded the woolly mammoth, based on the genetic knowledge we now have from the Adycha mammoth. Illustration: Beth Zaiken/Centre for Palaeogenetics.

 
 
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