Gene variations for immune and metabolic conditions have persisted in humans for more than 700,000 years

A new study explores ‘balancing selection’ by analyzing thousands of modern human genomes alongside ancient hominin groups, such as Neanderthal and Denisovan genomes. The research has ‘implications for understanding human diversity, the origin of diseases, and biological trade-offs that may have shaped our evolution,’ says evolutionary biologists.

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