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With very few exceptions, mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) in humans is transmitted exclusively from mothers to their offspring, suggesting the presence of a strong evolutionary pressure favoring the exclusion of paternal mtDNA. We have recently shown strong evidence of paternal mtDNA transmission. In these rare situations, males exhibiting biparental mtDNA appear to be limited to transmitting just one of the mtDNA species to their offspring, while females possessing biparental mtDNA populationsdoi:10.1101/2020.02.26.939405 fatcat:psfiag7tgja2phni4gvfmqncma