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Ancient DNA Recovery and analysis of genetic material from paleontological, archaeological, museum, medical, and forensic specimens



Ancient DNA Recovery and analysis of genetic material from paleontological, archaeological, museum, medical, and forensic specimens



Herrmann, B , Hummel, S Ancient DNA: Recovery and analysis of genetic material from paleontological, archaelogical, museum, medical, and forensic specimens xi+263p



The text will be valuable to anyone interested in the studies of ancient DNA (aDNA). Various subjects are presented concerning aDNA such as the recovery of aDNA from organisms trapped in amber, aDNA from human remains, study of aDNA to analyze kinship, aDNA recovered from herbarium and museum specimens, and aDNA isolated from plant seeds or compression fossils. References and some illustrations supplement this publication.

Accession: 030076379

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DOI: 10.4065/70.5.510-a



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