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Australian Aborigines trace their ancestry to a human migration into Southeast Asia sometime between 75,000 and 62,000 years ago, the investigators estimate.
Washington, Jan 27 ( ANI ): A new study, which uses genetic analysis to study the earliest human migrations, suggests that when modern humans first migrated out of Africa over sixty thousand years ago, they settled in Arabia on their way to the rest of the world.
That's a good 65,000 years earlier than the generally accepted date for the first substantial human migrations beyond Africa.
We suggest a potential role for human migration in mediating virus dispersal.
DOA said detailed analysis of the crumbling caves and their contents through different methods including DNA analysis has painted a more comprehensive picture of the important role of the Kali Gandaki River corridor in human migration and the exchange of art and religion between the regions of Central Asia, the Tibetan plateau and Southeast Asia.
Poverty, poor sanitation, lack of access to clean water antibiotic resistance, evolving human migration patterns, overcrowded and impoverished living conditions, poor nutrition and compromised immune systems are all key factors in increasing incidence of these diseases.
A second pattern extends from the same islands into Oceania's western half, apparently mirroring human migration along that path.
Biogeographic range expansion into South America by Coccidioides immitis mirrors New World patterns of human migration.
Our database links an individual's genetic profile to specific ancestors by name, while the Genographic Project links a living individual to locations and broad human migration trends over tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of years.
The remains, allegedly as recent as 15,000 years, were discovered in 2003 in the Liang Bua caves on the Indonesian island of Flores by archaeologists seeking evidence of the first human migration from Asia to Australia.
While other tests concentrated on human migration patterns and genetic theories, DNA Fingerprint finds matches to living persons, who may identify their ancestral origins differently from scientists.
We need to understand patterns of prehistoric human migration through Siberia much better.

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