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First prehistoric person with Turner syndrome identified from ancient DNA

Crick researchers, working with University of Oxford, University of York and Oxford Archaeology, have developed a new technique to measure the number of chromosomes in ancient genomes more precisely
16 Jan 2024
Written by Katherine Denyer
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The medieval cemetery where an individual with Klinefelter syndrome was found (Oxford Archaeology)
The medieval cemetery where an individual with Klinefelter syndrome was found (Oxford Archaeology)

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