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  1. Ancient DNA suggests modern wolves trace their origin to a late Pleistocene expansion from Beringia

    Loog, L., Thalmann, O., Sinding, M-H. S., Schuenemann, V. J., Perri, A., Germonpré, M., Bocherens, H., Witt, K. E., Samaniego Castruita, J. A., Velasco, M. S., Lundstrøm, I. K. C., Sonet, G., Wales, N., Frantz, L., Schroeder, H., Budd, J., Jimenez, E-L., Fedorov, S., Gasparyan, B., Kandel, A. W. & 16 others, Lázničková‐Galetová, M., Napierala, H., Uerpmann, H-P., Nikolskiy, P. A., Pavlova, E. Y., Pitulko, V. V., Herzig, K-H., Malhi, R. S., Willerslev, E., Hansen, A. J., Dobney, K., Gilbert, M. T. P., Krause, J., Larson, G., Eriksson, A. & Manica, A., 16 Dec 2019

    Article in Molecular Ecology

  2. Influence of porosity on lipid preservation into the wall of archaeological pottery

    Drieu, L., Horgnies, M., Binder, D., Pétrequin, P., Pétrequin, A-M., Peche-Quilichini, K., Lachenal, T. & Regert, M., 10 Jun 2019

    Article in Archaeometry

  3. Maternal relationships within an Iron Age burial at the High Pasture Cave, Isle of Skye, Scotland

    Dulias, K., Birch, S., Wilson, J. F., Justeau, P., Gandini, F., Flaquer, A., Soares, P., Richards, M. B., Pala, M. & Edwards, C. J., 12 Sep 2019

    Article in Journal of archaeological science

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