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So while only eight of 100 Southern Italians carries a copy of 32D, one in every four Danes has it.
From its distribution, most scientists agree that 32D emerged in Northern Europe.
Archeological evidence shows that the shift dramatically changed weapons, ornamentation, farming methods and burial customs.
Archeologists call the new culture the Single Grave Culture, and have speculated that massive migrations brought on the change.
"And hopefully, archeological findings of the period may provide further clues and evidence." .
Micro CPH is the first dedicated Microservice conference in Copenhagen, taking place on May 16-17.Because 32D is identical in all carriers, the mutation probably arose in one person, an ancestor to all those who now carry the mutation. For the mutation to be widespread in the Danish population, it must have arisen long before the known advent of HIV.In order to have spread so successfully, it must at some point have provided its carriers with a selective advantage, Eugen-Olsen reasons."It always puzzled scientists in the field that the mutation never occurs in Asian or African populations, but only among European Caucasians," Eugen-Olsen says.Within Europe, the mutation shows a characteristic gradient, with an extremely high prevalence in the North tapering off towards the Mediterranean.Furthermore, molecular evidence remains inconclusive. Using two different molecular methods for dating mutations, two American teams have analyzed human DNA attempting to determine when 32D first arose. One group came up with a figure of 700 years and the other with 2,000.