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Neanderthal Genes Possibly To Blame, Some Virus Cases

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Published on October 1, 2020 - Duration: 00:32s

Neanderthal Genes Possibly To Blame, Some Virus Cases

(CNN) Genes inherited from Neanderthal ancestors may be involved in some cases of severe Covid-19 disease, researchers in Germany reported Wednesday.

A team of experts on Neanderthal genetics examined a strand of DNA that has been associated with some of the more serious cases of Covid-19 and compared it to sequences known to have been passed down to living Europeans and Asians from Neanderthal ancestors.

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