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Wow that is interesting
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WOW!!!  I only skimmed through it ... rushing a bit trying to make it to Pilates at 5:00pm this afternoon ... but I was able to pick up that they already identified it as a man with cardiovascular disease and lactose intolerant???!!! dare to guess genotype? .... Amaze they can do that these days from 3500 year old blood!!!




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Amazed they can do that these days from 3500 year old blood!!!
Amazingly actually 5,300 yr old blood

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... I was playing it safe ...    




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I agree! This is amazing for several different reasons!! Thanks for posting, swd123!


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Wow!  He had brown eyes and was infected with Lyme.  Predisposition to cardiovascular disease and was lactose intolerant.  Wow!  The blood tells it like it is!  



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I haven't read it yet but 5,300 is recent history, not old lol.
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What was his blood type? The article I read didn't mention it, and C_Sharp's link is long and I don't have the time to read it in depth right now. I couldn't find the blood type info from skimming it.


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had ... type-O blood ...

"It is very interesting to see that the red blood cells can last for such a long time,"


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Ha!!!!!!!!!!!

That is great, now all the people claiming Dr D's guess ( as opposed to their guess ) about the oldest blood type have to admit that he is currently correct for the known oldest.
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Very interesting – thanks for sharing.


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This just proves that type O blood existed 5,300 years ago. It does not prove that type A or B or AB blood didn't co-exist, since we only have the one sample.


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Does anyone know what type Cheddar man was?  They seem to have his full DNA reconstructed, so it should not be a mystery.

Do Cro-magnon, Denisovan, and Neanderthal DNA have ABO blood types?


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Quoted from paul clucas
Does anyone know what type Cheddar man was?  They seem to have his full DNA reconstructed, so it should not be a mystery.
Do Cro-magnon, Denisovan, and Neanderthal DNA have ABO blood types?

As far as I know the blood type is not known. The DNA that was decoded was the partial Mitochondrial, which can be extracted from bone, rather than full Nuclear DNA.

I imagine this would go for the others as well.

I an not really certain on that but I have never blood type noted for any ancient find.






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