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Thanks for posting this, Joseph. I did some internet searches and, from what I found, the only evidence supporting the idea that the B2 mitochondrial DNA, referenced in this case, did not come from Beringia is its complete absence from Alaska and western Canada.

However, the parent lineage of B2 was found throughout east Asia with no geographic specificity.

As you said, the press release claims that B2 is "most closely related to Southeast Asians," however I cannot find any evidence that supports this claim that B2 is more-closely related to any specific old world population.

Has anybody else found anything on this?

Thanks

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