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Other Neanderthals for which nuclear DNA has been recovered are all genetically closer to each other than to the Altai Neanderthal.
Modern humans and Ust'-Ishim man share more alleles with all other Neanderthals than with the Altai Neanderthal, which shows that the introgression event from Neanderthals into humans likely took place after the split of the lineage of the Altai Neanderthal from that of other Neanderthals.
Bone fragments of the Denisova hominin originate from the cave, including artifacts dated to around 40,000 BP.
A 32,000-year-old prehistoric species of horse has also been found in the cave.
This Neanderthal is referred to as the Altai Neanderthal.
Denisova 11 was found to be the hybrid progeny of a Neanderthal mother and a Denisovan father.
Neanderthal and Denisovan mt DNA were present in samples from layers 14 and 15, respectively, from the East Gallery, lower than any previous fossil finds.
Mt DNA has also been recovered from an equid fossil, dating to around 32,000 years ago, taken from Denisova Cave.
One of these bones was a piece of phalanx of a child found in layer 11.2 of the East Gallery.
The fossil element was analyzed by Svante Pääbo and coworkers from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig; its mitochondrial DNA revealed a structure that differs from known human patterns and has been ascribed to "Denisova hominin", apparently an extinct hominin species or subspecies.