Neanderthal genes helped early humans combat flu, hepatitis

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Neanderthal genes helped early humans combat flu, hepatitis

October 8, 2018

Inter-breeding with Neanderthals gave early human beings the ability to fend off dangerous diseases similar to flu and hepatitis, says a research. The findings, led by researchers from the Universities of Arizona and Stanford, showed that while Neanderthals became extinct about 40,000 years ago, many modern Europeans and Asians today carry about 2 per cent of Neanderthal DNA in their genomes.
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