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Limits of Ancient DNA Extraction from Teeth: The Case of Sudanese Nubia

Abstract : Biological anthropology dominates fieldwork investigations on funerary archaeology throughout Nubia, but infrequently uses genetic resources (Buzon 2008; Krings et al. 1999; Lalueza Fox 1997; Manni et al. 2002). Using a range of archaeological skeletal samples from Sudan, we examine the relationship between a set of preservation parameters, and DNA preservation.
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Francigny Vincent, Hege Hollund, Alex de Voogt, Eveline Altena, Camille Fallet, et al.. Limits of Ancient DNA Extraction from Teeth: The Case of Sudanese Nubia. Nyame Akuma, Society of Africanist Archaeologists, 2013, p. 13-29. ⟨halshs-02539238⟩

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