Palaeogenomics: Genetic roots of the first Americans

@article{Raff2014PalaeogenomicsGR,
  title={Palaeogenomics: Genetic roots of the first Americans},
  author={Jennifer A. Raff and Deborah Bolnick},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2014},
  volume={506},
  pages={162-163}
}
The whole-genome sequence of a human associated with the earliest widespread culture in North America confirms the Asian ancestry of the Clovis people and their relatedness to present-day Native Americans. See Letter p.225 The Clovis complex is an archaeological culture distributed widely in North America. Dating to around 13,000 years ago it is characterized by distinct stone tools including a spear blade known as the Clovis point. Just who made these tools has been a subject of much… Expand

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