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Aboriginal mitogenome analysis shows 50,000 years of connection to country

16 March 2017

Genomic analysis of hair samples collected from Australian Aboriginals across the nation have indicated that cultural connection to country has existed for as many as 50,000 years. 

The Aboriginal Heritage Project, led by the University of Adelaide’s Australian Centre for Ancient DNA recently published their findings in the journal Nature (online 8th March 2017).  AGRF is proud to be associated with the work as part of an ARC linkage grant, with the AGRF’s Operations Manager Dr John Stephen as a Partner Investigator.

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