‘Residual echo’ of historic people in scans might maintain clues to psychological issues

Researchers have produced the primary direct proof that elements of our brains implicated in psychological issues could also be formed by a ‘residual echo’ from Neanderthal DNA in our genomes. Proof from MRI scans means that such historic genetic variation might have an effect on the best way our brains work immediately — and should maintain clues to understanding deficits seen in schizophrenia and autism-associated issues.
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