Tibetans not related to "yeti"

"All our analyses clearly indicate that the yeti is nested
several nodes within a specific ungulate group (i.e., the
perissodactyls, cf. Fig. 1) and, more specifically, forms a
subclade with sequences U02581 and X79547 (cf. figure
legend). These results demonstrate that extensive mor-
phological convergences have occurred between the yeti
and primates."



Genetic Chaos

Added to the blogroll: Genetic Chaos, a blog of abstracts and links to the full text of hundreds of papers "using genetic research to study human migration patterns."