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    redOrbit: Neanderthal Genome Fully Sequenced From Toe Bone
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Wednesday, March 20, 2013

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    An article by Lawrence LeBlond:

    "A team of German scientists have fully sequenced the genome of the Neanderthal and said they will be making the entire sequence freely available to the scientific community for research. The genome was produced from the remains of a toe bone found in a cave in Siberia, and is far more detailed than a previous mapping of the ancient genome published three years ago by the same team."

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    www.redorbit.com/news[...]2013/

    UPDATE: John Timmer at Ars Technica takes issue with calling the genome "fully sequenced": arstechnica.com/scie[...]eted/

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