ResearchBlogCast: Milk tolerance among ancient “swedes”

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By Dave Munger

ResearchBlogging.orgEach week, Research Bloggers Kevin Zelnio, Razib Khan, and I will choose a journal article to discuss in podcast form. We’ll make sure it’s an article that we or someone else has covered on their blog, so ideally, you’ll read the blog post first to get a general understanding of the research, then listen to our podcast to hear our impressions. Here’s the article we’re discussing this week:

Malmstrom, H., Linderholm, A., Liden, K., Stora, J., Molnar, P., Holmlund, G., Jakobsson, M., & Gotherstrom, A. (2010). High frequency of lactose intolerance in a prehistoric hunter-gatherer population in northern Europe BMC Evolutionary Biology, 10 (1) DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-10-89

You can find a discussion of the article on Razib’s blog:

Ancient “Swedes” were “lactose intolerant”

Since this remains an experimental project, we’d appreciate any feedback you can offer on the podcast.

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