Genetic tracking of mice and other bioproxies to infer human history.

@article{Jones2013GeneticTO,
  title={Genetic tracking of mice and other bioproxies to infer human history.},
  author={Eleanor P. Jones and Heidi M Eager and Sofia Isabel Gabriel and Fr{\'i}ða J{\'o}hannesd{\'o}ttir and Jeremy B Searle},
  journal={Trends in genetics : TIG},
  year={2013},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={298-308}
}
The long-distance movements made by humans through history are quickly erased by time but can be reconstructed by studying the genetic make-up of organisms that travelled with them. The phylogeography of the western house mouse (Mus musculus domesticus), whose current widespread distribution around the world has been caused directly by the movements of (primarily) European people, has proved particularly informative in a series of recent studies. The geographic distributions of genetic lineages… CONTINUE READING
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