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Molecular anthropology in the genomic era.

@article{DestroBisol2010MolecularAI,
  title={Molecular anthropology in the genomic era.},
  author={Giovanni Destro‐Bisol and Mark A Jobling and Jorge Rocha and John Novembre and Martin B. Richards and Connie J Mulligan and Chiara Batini and Franz Manni},
  journal={Journal of anthropological sciences = Rivista di antropologia : JASS},
  year={2010},
  volume={88},
  pages={
          93-112
        }
}
Molecular Anthropology is a relatively young field of research. In fact, less than 50 years have passed since the symposium "Classification and Human Evolution" (1962, Burg Wartenstein, Austria), where the term was formally introduced by Emil Zuckerkandl. In this time, Molecular Anthropology has developed both methodologically and theoretically and extended its applications, so covering key aspects of human evolution such as the reconstruction of the history of human populations and peopling… CONTINUE READING

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