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„The application of aDNA studies in modern archaeology: problems and prospects“ / Hincak, Zdravka.

By: Hincak, Zdravka.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: str.Other title: „The application of aDNA studies in modern archaeology: problems and prospects“ [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 1.05 | 6.07 | 6.10 | aDNA, full demineralization, sampling strategy, forensic geology | aDNA, full demineralization, sampling strategy, forensic geology In: 6th QIAGEN Investigator ForumSummary: The use of ancient DNA (aDNA) in the reconstruction of population origins is becoming very common. In this work, novel methods for the isolation, purification, and analysis of aDNA were presented, because aDNA is likely to be damaged and fragmented. These results originate from different archaeological sites and different time periods (Lobor, Vučedol).
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The use of ancient DNA (aDNA) in the reconstruction of population origins is becoming very common. In this work, novel methods for the isolation, purification, and analysis of aDNA were presented, because aDNA is likely to be damaged and fragmented. These results originate from different archaeological sites and different time periods (Lobor, Vučedol).

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