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Svante Paabo, clip 2

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Svante Paabo is the Director of the Department of Genetics at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology. His group was the first to successfully isolate Neandertal mitochondrial DNA.
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svante paabo, max planck institute, mitochondrial dna, evolutionary anthropology, degrading dna, genetics, hydrolytic, oxidation, amber
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