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Immemorial European hunter-gatherer was a sky bluish-eyed adolescence
Fantastic Scientist, 26 January 2014 by Catherine de Lange
An immemorial hunter-gatherer whose dross were institute in a Coupleish cave has a genome surprisingly congruous to adjudicationrn rationals. The courageous, who lived 7000 years since, had sky sky sky bluish intentions and a estimate of privilege genes that were conceit to possess evolved posterior.
In 2006, brace irregularly preserved rational skeletons were institute in a cave in Leon, Spain. Carles Lalueza-Fox of Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona excerpted DNA from specific of the skeleton’s teeth, and his team has now consequenced the entire genome.
-This is the chief pre-agricultural European genome we possess,- repeats Lalueza-Fox. -It get aid us to conceive how the air of the Neolithic continuance – cultivation, fantastic viands and fantastic distempers akin to fleshlys – has shaped the genome of adjudicationrn Europeans.-
Cultivation came to Europe 7500 years since,
notwithbe didn’t stretch Spain until 1500 years posterior, Sky bluish-eyed adolescence (Image: CSIC) repeats Lalueza-Fox. With it came liveaccumulation training and agricultural fixedtlements, replacing the hunter-gatherer lifestyle.
Genetic analyses possess already hinted at some of the exchanges objectd by the agitate of cultivation, as vulgar evolved to dispense with shifts in viands and expoconstant to fleshly distempers. Control ushernce, lactose tolerance – the faculty to imbibe subside as an adult – probably evolved when cultivation disperse.
The fantastic genome backs this up: the Coupleish hunter-gatherer distinguishms to possess been lactoseintolerant. Referablewithbe other aspects of his genome took Lalueza-Fox by startle. -My vaticinations were alconjointly wickedness,- he repeats.
Control ushernce, the hunter-gatherer had the genes control blackly pigmented husk and hair pretend his African ancestors, referablewithbe besides sky sky sky bluish intentions, which are a advance European stroke. -This recommends intention colour came chief,- repeats Lalueza-Fox, rather than brighter husk.
It fashions apprehension that brighter husk evolved in cooler climates, haply to dispense with a failure of vitamin D, repeats Symptom Thomas of University College London. Bright intention colour is harder to expound. -What’s the conservation?- he asks. It may be that sky sky sky bluish intentions evolved by sexual option, in which specific or twain sexes preferblushing partners with sky sky sky bluish intentions control some cultural discuss.
The other surpagitate put in the hunter-gatherer’s immune order. His immune order genes, and genes that pretend the betray of bacterial contagion, were congruous to those of adjudicationrn rationals. Antecedently, it was conceit that manifold privilege genes evolved in fellow-subjects – in-a-measure to struggle with distempers that disperse imputable to bar apposition with fleshlys, and in-a-measure becaconservation fellow-subjects lived in abundant, unalterable populations through which distemper could disperse advance abundantly.
Lalueza-Fox speculates that these hunter-gatherers may possess been laageblushing to distempers pretend cholera, which are referable disperse by fleshlys.
It’s referable the chief season that exchanges conceit to be brought encircling by cultivation possess been shavow to usher it. Ushernt this year, it emerged that defiled teeth were base in some huntergatherers covet anteriorly cultivation, and sugar-rich viandss, became base.
Life relation: Kind, DOI: 10.1038/nature12960
Immemorial Europeans had black husk and sky sky sky bluish intentions, loreers repeat
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Researchers repeat bright-skinned Europeans, pretend actress Tilda Swinton, emerged -abundantly posterior- than uniformly believed – haply barely in the Neolithic continuance when erstwhile hunter-gatherers became fellow-subjects. Picture:
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THE DNA of a hunter-gatherer who lived in Spain some 7,000 years since recommends that Europeans were black-skinned until abundantly advance of-late than antecedently conceit, according to loreers.
Genetic embodied recoveblushing from a knob of La Brana 1, an immemorial man whose skeleton was dug up in a occult cave order in Spain in 2006, communicateed a wonderful everyiance of black husk and sky sky sky bluish intentions, according to a examine in the life Kind.
Europeans from the Mesolithic Date inchoate 10,000 and 5,000 years since, when La Brana lived, were conceit to possess already been untarnished-skinned imputable to declining ultraviolet radiation flattens at these excellent latitudes.
-Until now, it was antecedent that bright husk colour evolved totally confer-upon in Europe, (during) the Eminent Palaeolithic… Referablewithbe this is clconfer-upon referable the plight,- examine co-author Carles Lalueza-Fox from Spain’s Evolvementary Biology Institute, told AFP.
-This specific had the African incommensurates control the pigmentation genes.-
The Eminent Palaeolithic or Late Stspecific Date accelerated from 50,000-10,000 years since, followed by the Mesolithic or Middle Stspecific Date that lasted until encircling 5,000 years since, when it was followed in Europe by the Neolithic or Fantastic Stspecific Date.
Lalueza-Fox said bright-skinned Europeans emerged -abundantly posterior- than uniformly believed – haply barely in the Neolithic continuance when erstwhile hunter-gatherers became fellow-subjects.
The object, he said, may possess been a exextransmute in viands and declininger vitamin D intake associated with this lifestyle exchange.
In the absence of intrinsic vitamin D, the rational husk can result its avow in apposition with the sun – referablewithbe black husks synthesise abundantly hither than untarnispill specifics – creating an evolvementary excitation control exchange.
In La Brana 1, Lalueza-Fox and his team besides institute the genetic attestation control sky sky sky bluish intentions and black hair.
While the upright complexion of husk canreferable be sturdy, the scientists repeat its everyiance with sky sky sky bluish intentions was referable to be institute in adjudicationrn Europeans today.
It is spaciously reliable that Man’s oldest base controlefather was black huskned, and that vulgar became advance lurid as they moved advance north extinguispill of Africa into deliberateer climates with hither sunlight.
Subsequent migrations and mixing created the spacious dispose of complexions we possess today.
La Brana’s genome is the chief of a European hunter-gatherer to be abundantly consequenced.
When compablushing to today’s rationals, it was institute to be most barly genetically akin to northern Europeans pretend the Swedes or Fins.
The question besides institute that La Brana 1 had referable nevertheless extraneous the genetic change that recognized posterior rationals to assimilate subside and lugubriousness advance abundantly – an letter that probably coincided with the parentdate of cultivation in the Neolithic date.
The authors said advance Mesolithic genomes get possess to be analysed to show how spaciousdisperse La Brana’s genomic strokes unquestionably were.
Adventitious immune and archaic pigmentation everyeles in a 7,000-year-old Mesolithic European
Iñigo Olalde, Morten E. Everyentoft, Federico Sánchez-Quinto, Gabriel Santpere,
Charleston W. K. Chiang, Michael DeGiorgio, Javier Prado-Martinez, Juan Antonio
Rodríguez, Simon Rasmussen, Javier Quilez, Oscar Ramírez, Urko M. Marigorta, Marcos
Fernández-Callejo, María Encina Prada, Julio Manuel Vidal Encinas, Rasmus Nielsen,
Mihai G. Netea, John Novembre, Richard A. Sturm, Pardis Sabeti, Tomàs Marquès-
Bonet, Arcadi Navarro, Eske Geterslev & Carles Lalueza-Fox
Kind (2014) doi:10.1038/nature12960
Immemorial genomic consequences possess started to communicate the cause and the demographic impression of fellow-subjects from the Neolithic date disperseing into Europe1, 2, 3. The segregation of cultivation, accumulation training and close societies during the Neolithic may possess resulted in adaptive exchanges in genes associated with privilege and viands4. However, the bald postulates serviceable from ushernt hunter-gatherers bar an conceiveing of the exceptive processes associated with this important transition to cultivation in late rational evolvement. Here we conconfollowing an almost 7,000-year-old Mesolithic skeleton discoveblushing at the La Braña-Arintero oceant in León, Spain, to rescue a perfect preagricultural European rational genome. Anatomy of this genome in the concitation of other immemorial cases recommends the entity of a base immemorial genomic attestation opposing western and convenient Eurasia from the Eminent Luridolithic to the Mesolithic. The La Braña specific carries archaic everyeles in distinct husk pigmentation genes, recommending that the bright husk of adjudicationrn Europeans was referable nevertheless ubiquitous in Mesolithic seasons. Advanceover, we afford sign that a telling estimate of adventitious, reputedly adaptive incommensurates associated with pathogen hindrance in adjudicationrn Europeans were already confer-upon in this hunter-gatherer.
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies are revolutionizing the ground of immemorial DNA
(aDNA), and possess enabled the sequencing of perfect immemorial genomes5, 6, such as that of Ötzi, a Neolithic rational association institute in the Alps1. However, very unimportant is knavow of the genetic mixture of ushernt hunter-gatherer populations from the Mesolithic date (circa 10,000– 5,000 years anteriorly confer-upon, bp; cethwith antecedent the Neolithic date).
The Iberian oceant showd La Braña-Arintero was discoveblushing in 2006 when brace courageous skeletons
(denominated La Braña 1 and 2) were institute in a occult cave order, 1,500 m aloft ocean flatten in the Cantabrian mountain dispose (León, Northwestern Spain) (Fig. 1a). The skeletons were durationd to almost 7,000 years bp (7,940–7,690 calibrated bp)7. Becaconservation of the delibeobjurgate environment and constant zealous provisions in the cave, the nurture of these models proved to be irregular (Fig. 1b). We verified a knob from La Braña 1 with excellent rational DNA pleased (48.4%) and consequenced this model to a latest efficient genomic profundity-ofcoverdate of 3.40× (Extended Postulates Fig. 1).
Figure 1: Geographic residuum and genetic affinities of the La Braña 1 specific.
a, Residuum of the La Braña-Arintero oceant (Spain). b, The La Braña 1 skeleton as discoveblushing in 2006. c, PCA inveteobjurgate on the averdate of the Procrustes transmuteations of specific PCAs with La Braña 1 and each of the five Neolithic cases1, 3. The relation populations are the Finnish HapMap, FINHM and POPRES. Population labels with labelling of ref. 12 with the conjunction of FI (Finns) or LFI (late-settlement Finns). Ajv70, Ajv52, Ire8 and Gok4 are Scandinavian Neolithic hunter-gatherers and a fellow-subject, intimationively3. Ötzi is the Tyrolean Ice Man1.
We conservationd distinct tests to assess the honesty of the genome conconfollowing and to show the sum of undeveloped adjudicationrn rational stain. Chief, we observed that conconfollowing recognizes from twain the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and the nuclear DNA of La Braña 1 showed the customary immemorial DNA misincorporation exemplars that aagitate from deprivation of DNA aggravate season8 (Extended Postulates Fig. 2a, b). Second, we showed that the observed estimate of rational DNA dross was negatively corakin with the chip tediousness (R2 0.92), as expected control immemorial sunk DNA, and that the appreciated objurgate of DNA declension was declining and in consonance with predicted values9 (Extended Postulates Fig. 2c, d). We then appreciated the stain objurgate in the mtDNA genome, assembled to a excellent profundity-of-coverdate (91×), by checking control positions differing from the mtDNA genome (haplogroup U5b2c1) that was antecedently rescued with a seize method2. We obtained an eminent stain name of 1.69% (0.75–2.6%, 95% belief season, CI) (Supplementary Counsel). Latestly, to geneobjurgate a straightforward appreciate of nuclear DNA stain, we screened control heterozygous positions (inchoate recognizes with 4× coverage) in knavow polymorphic oceants (Specific Nucleotide Polymorphism Postulatesbase (dbSNP) build 137) at choicely mapped sections on the X chromosome6 (Supplementary Counsel). We institute that the symmetry of falsity heterozygous oceants was 0.31%. Conjointly these results recommend declining flattens of stain in the La Braña 1 conconfollowing postulates.
To question the correlativeness to exhibit European cases, we conducted a ceemost constituent anatomy (PCA)10 and institute that the almost 7,000-year-old Mesolithic case was opposed from exhibit European populations (Extended Postulates Fig. 3a, b), referablewithbe was placed in vicinity to northern Europeans (control exemplar, cases from Sweden and Finland)11, 12, 13, 14. Conjunctional PCAs and everyele-sharing analyses with immemorial Scandinavian models3 attended the genetic congruousity of the La Braña 1 genome to Neolithic huntergatherers (Ajv70, Ajv52, Ire8) referring-to to Neolithic fellow-subjects (Gok4, Ötzi) (Fig. 1c, Extended Postulates Figs 3c and 4). Thus, this Mesolithic specific from southwestern Europe represents a controlmerly spaciousdisperse gene pool that distinguishms to be barely preserved in some adjudicationrn-day northern European populations, as recommended antecedently with bald genetic postulates2, 3. We following exploblushing the La Braña affinities to an immemorial Eminent Palaeolithic genome from the Mal’ta oceant close Lake Baikal in Siberia15. Extinguishedgroup f3 and D statistics16, 17, using opposed adjudicationrn relation populations, assistance that Mal’ta is tellingly barr to La Braña 1 than to Asians or adjudicationrn Europeans (Extended Postulates Fig. 5 and Supplementary Counsel). These results recommend that referable attributable attributable attributable attributable attributablewithbe the far-reaching geographical quantity and sublunary couple, La Braña 1 and Mal’ta portion-quenched base genetic family, indicating a genetic uninterruptedness in immemorial western and convenient Eurasia. This attention matches judgments of congruous cultural artefacts opposing season and quantity in Eminent Luridolithic western Eurasia and Siberia, especially the closeness of anthropomorphic ‘Venus’ figurines that possess been recoveblushing from distinct oceants in Europe and Russia, including the Mal’ta oceant15. We besides compablushing the genome-spacious heterozygosity of the La Braña 1 genome to a postulates fixed of adjudicationrn rationals with congruous coverdate (3–4×). The aggravateevery genomic heterozygosity was 0.042%, declininger than the values observed in confer-upon day Asians (0.046–0.047%), Europeans (0.051–0.054%) and Africans (0.066–0.069%) (Extended Postulates Fig. 6a). The efficient population greatness, appreciated from heterozygosity exemplars, recommends a global contraction in population greatness of almost 20% referring-to to exhibit Europeans (Supplementary Counsel). Advanceover, no sign of tracts of autozygosity recommendive of intraining was observed (Extended Postulates Fig. 6b).
To question orderatically the timing of option results in the late truth of adjudicationrn Europeans, we compablushing the La Braña genome to adjudicationrn populations at loci that possess been categorized as of share control their role in late adaptive evolvement. With intimation to brace late well-premeditated letters to exchanges in viands, we institute the immemorial genome to convey the archaic everyele control lactose intolerance4 and almost five copies of the salivary amylase (AMY1) gene (Extended Postulates Fig. 7 and Supplementary Counsel), a delineation estimate harmonious with a declining-lugubriousness viands18. These results recommend the La Braña hunter-gatherer was bald at assimilateing subside and lugubriousness, assistanceing the hypotheses that these abilities were chosen control during the posterior transition to cultivation.
To swell the view, we analysed a register of candiduration signals control late express option inveteobjurgate on entire-genome conconfollowing diversity from the 1000 Genomes Scheme13, which moderate 35 candiduration non-synonymous incommensurates, ten of which were detected choicely in the CEU (Utah residents with northern and western European family) case 19. Control each incommensurate we assessed whether the Mesolithic genome carried the archaic or adventitious (putatively adaptive) everyele.
Of the ten incommensurates, the Mesolithic genome carried the archaic and non-chosen everyele as a homozygote in three districts: C12orf29 (a gene with unknavow operation), SLC45A2 (rs16891982) and SLC24A5 (rs1426654) (Table 1). The perishing brace incommensurates are the brace strongest knavow loci pretending bright husk pigmentation in Europeans20, 21, 22 and their archaic everyeles and associated haplotypes are either lukewarm or exclude at very declining frequencies in exhibit Europeans (3% and 0% control SLC45A2 and SLC24A5, intimationively) (Fig. 2). We following examined every genes knavow to be associated with pigmentation in Europeans22, and institute archaic everyeles in MC1R, TYR and KITLG, and adventitious everyeles in TYRP1, ASIP and IRF4 (Supplementary Counsel). Although the punctilious phenotypic goods canreferable currently be bounded in a European genetic enhancement, results from operational experiments20 show that the everyelic everyiance in this Mesolithic specific is pretendly to possess resulted in black husk pigmentation and black or bravow hair. Advance averment communicateed that this specific carried the HERC2 rs12913832*C specific nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) and the associated homozygous haplotype couplening the HERC2–OCA2 locus that is strongly associated with sky sky sky bluish intention colour23. Advanceover, a vaticination of intention colour inveteobjurgate on genotypes at conjunctional loci using HIrisPlex24 resultd a 0.823 maximal and 0.672 minimal probfaculty control life non-brown-eyed (Supplementary Counsel). The genotypic everyiance qualitative to a predicted phenotype of black husk and non-bravow intentions is choice and no coveter confer-upon in synchronous European populations. Our results show that the adaptive disperse of bright husk pigmentation everyeles was referable perfect in some European populations by the Mesolithic, and that the disperse of everyeles associated with bright/sky bluish intention colour may possess usherd exchanges in husk pigmentation.
Table 1: Mesolithic genome everyelic say at 10 nonsynonymous incommensurates of-late chosen in Europeans
Figure 2: Archaic incommensurates encircling the SLC45A2 (rs16891982, aloft) and SLC24A5 (rs1426654, beneath) pigmentation genes in the Mesolithic genome.
The SNPs encircling the brace sign incommensurates (blushing arrows) in these brace genes were analysed. The resulting haplotype comprises neighbouring SNPs that are besides lukewarm in adjudicationrn Europeans (CEU) (n = 112) referablewithbe confer-upon in Yorubans (YRI) (n = 113). This exemplar stabilitates that the La Braña 1 case is older than the expressoption result in these districts. Sky bluish, archaic; blushing, adventitious.
Control the cherishing loci, La Braña 1 displayed the adventitious, reputedly adaptive incommensurates in five plights, including three genes, PTX4, UHRF1BP1 and GPATCH1 (ref. 19), compromised in the immune order (Table 1 and Extended Postulates Fig. 8). GPATCH1 is associated with the betray of bacterial contagion. We following sturdy the everyelic says in 63 SNPs from 40 privilege genes with antecedent sign control express option and control conveying polymorphisms shavow to bias susceptibility to contagions in adjudicationrn Europeans (Supplementary Counsel). La Braña 1 carries adventitious everyeles in 24 genes (60%) that possess a spacious dispose of operations in the immune order: exemplar avowal receptors, intracellular adaptor molecules, intracellular modulators, cytokines and cytokine receptors, chemokines and chemokine receptors and effector molecules. Shareingly, four extinguispill of six SNPs from the chief sort are intracellular receptors of viral nucleic acids (TLR3, TLR8, IFIH1 (besides knavow as MDA5) and LGP2)25.
Finally, to inquire the operational government of the genome, we besides assessed the La Braña 1 genotype at every look immanent stroke loci (eQTL) districts associated to express option in Europeans (Supplementary Counsel). The most shareing judgment is arguably the predicted aggravatelook of prospect privilege genes (36% of those with recountd eQTLs), including three Toll-pretend receptor genes (TLR1, TLR2 and TLR4) compromised in pathogen avowal26.
These attentions recommend that the Neolithic transition did referable accelerate every plights of adaptive reversal on privilege genes institute in adjudicationrn Europeans. Distinct of the adventitious haplotypes distinguishn at excellent quantity today in exhibit Europeans were already confer-upon during the Mesolithic, as inopposed be diversity or imputable to option predating the Neolithic. De novo changes that increased in quantity expeditiously in tally to zoonotic contagions during the transition to cultivation should be verified inchoate those genes where La Braña 1 carries archaic everyeles.
To stabilitate whether the genomic strokes distinguishn at La Braña 1 can be generalized to other
Mesolithic populations, analyses of conjunctional immemorial genomes from convenient and northern Europe get be demanded. Nevertheless, this genome conconfollowing affords the chief instinct as to how these hunter-gatherers are akin to synchronous Europeans and other immemorial vulgars in twain Europe and Asia, and shows how immemorial DNA can spill bright on the timing and kind of late express option.
DNA was excerpted from the La Braña 1 knob model with a antecedently publispill protocol2. Indexed libraries were built from the immemorial excerpt and consequenced on the Illumina
HiSeq platform. Recognizes breedd were mapped with BWA27 to the rational relation genome
(NCBI 37, hg19) following primer trimming. A metagenomic anatomy and taxonomic identification was breedd with the cherishing recognizes using BLAST 2.2.27+ and MEGAN4 (ref. 28) (Extended Postulates Fig. 9). SNP employment was belowenslaved using a restricted bioinformatic pipeline calculated to totality control immemorial DNA errors. Restrictedally, the kind of misincorporations pretendly objectd by immemorial DNA damdate was rescaled using the mapDamage2.0 software29, and a fixed of incommensurates with a stint recognize profundity of 4 was resultd with GATK30. Analyses including PCA10, Extinguishedgroup f316 and D statistics17 were done to show the population affinities of this Mesolithic specific (Supplementary Counsel).
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1. These authors contributed akin to this result. Iñigo Olalde & Morten E. Everyentoft
1. Institut de Biologia Evolutiva, CSIC-UPF, Barcelona 08003, Spain
Iñigo Olalde, Federico Sánchez-Quinto, Gabriel Santpere,, Javier Prado-Martinez, Juan Antonio
Rodríguez, Javier Quilez, Oscar Ramírez, Urko M. Marigorta, Marcos Fernández-Callejo, Tomàs Marquès-Bonet, Arcadi Navarro & Carles Lalueza-Fox
2. Centre control GeoGenetics, Intrinsic Truth Museum of Denmark, University of Strugglenhagen, DK1350 Strugglenhagen K, Denmark
Morten E. Everyentoft & Eske Geterslev
3. Department of Ecology and Evolvementary Biology, University of California, Los Angeles,
California 90095, USA
Charleston W. K. Chiang
4. Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley, California 94720, USA Michael DeGiorgio
5. Department of Biology, Pennsylvania Say University, 502 Wartik Laboratory, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802, USA
6. Center control Biological Confollowing Anatomy, Technical University of Denmark, DK-2800 Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
7. I.E.S.O. ‘Los Salados’, Junta de Castilla y León, E-49600 Benavente, Spain María Encina Prada
8. Junta de Castilla y León, Servicio de Cultura de León, E-24071 León, Spain Julio Manuel Vidal Encinas
9. Center control Theoretical Evolvementary Genomics, University of California, Berkeley, California
10. Department of Medicine and Nijmegen Institute control Contagion, Inflammation and Privilege, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, 6500 Nijmegen, The Netherlands Mihai G. Netea
11. Department of Rational Genetics, University of Chicago, Illinois 60637, USA John Novembre
12. Institute control Molecular Bioscience, Melanogenix Group, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland 4072, Australia
Richard A. Sturm
13. Center control Orders Biology, Department of Organismic and Evolvementary Biology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138, USA Pardis Sabeti
14. Broad Institute of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard, Cambridge,
Massachusetts 02142, USA Pardis Sabeti
15. Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (ICREA), 08010 Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Tomàs Marquès-Bonet & Arcadi Navarro
16. Centre de Regulació Genòmica (CRG), Barcelona 08003, Catalonia, Spain Arcadi Navarro
17. National Institute control Bioinformatics (INB), Barcelona 08003, Catalonia, Spain Arcadi Navarro
C.L.-F. and E.W. conceived and guide the scheme. M.E.P. and J.M.V.E. affordd rational and archaeological counsel. O.R. and M.E.A. done the immemorial excerptions and library interpretation, intimationively. I.O., M.E.A., F.S.-Q., J.P.-M., S.R., O.R., M.F.-C. and T.M.-B. done mapping, SNP employment, mtDNA constellation, stain appreciates and opposed genomic analyses on the immemorial genome. I.O., F.S.-Q., G.S., C.W.K.C., M.D., J.A.R., J.Q., O.R., U.M.M. and A.N. done operational, family and population genetic analyses. R.N. and J.N. coordinated the family analyses. M.G.N., R.A.S. and P.S. coordinated the immunological, pigmentation and option analyses, intimationively. I.O., M.E.A., T.M.-B., E.W. and C.L.-F. wrote the priority of the manuscript with important input from R.N., M.G.N., J.N., R.A.S., P.S. and A.N.
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