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Title: Ancient DNA: genomic amplification of Roman and medieval bovine bones.
Authors: Pariset, Lorraine
Gabbianelli, Federica
De Bernardis, Donatella
Fortunato, Michele Tommaso
Alhaique, Francesca
De Minicis, Elisabetta
Valentini, Alessio
Keywords: Cattle remains
resti bovini
medieval age
età medievale
roman age
età romana
mitochondrial aDNA
DNA antico mitocondriale
Issue Date: 8-Apr-2011
Abstract: Cattle remains (bones and teeth) of both roman and medieval age were collected in the archaeological site of Ferento (Viterbo, Italy) with the aim of extracting and characterising nucleic acids. Procedures to minimize contamination with modern DNA and to help ancient DNA (aDNA) preservation of the archaeological remains were adopted. Different techniques to extract aDNA (like Phenol/chloroform extraction) from bovine bones were tested to identify the method that applies to the peculiar charact
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1894
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