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Including these new sequences, we performed a molecular phylogenetic census using the maximum likelihood method for 55 gene families.
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Over the past 30 years, Paabo and his colleagues have worked to develop the tools to extract and sequence fossil DNA, and their techniques have steadily improved.
Previously, they were able to map an entire Neanderthal genome extracted from a toe bone; when they compared that genome to human genomes, they found that humans and Neanderthals share a common ancestor, which probably lived around 600,000 years ago.