A new genetic study dealing with Lepra: V. J. Schuenemann, P. Singh, T. A. Mendum, B. Krause-Kyora, G. Jäger et al., Genome-Wide Comparison of Medieval and Modern Mycobacterium leprae. Science (online 13.6.2013)
LIMA (Reuters) - Archaeologists in Peru on Thursday said they have unearthed a massive royal tomb full of mummified women that provides clues about the enigmatic Wari empire that ruled the Andes long before...
By piecing together the genetic information locked inside a frozen, fossilized bone, scientists have deciphered the complete genome of an extinct prehistoric horse that roamed the Yukon more than 700,000 years ago, reconstructing the story of the...
Mycobacterium leprae (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Because the genomes of pathogens, disease-causing microorganisms, are a thousand times smaller than the human genome, they have been a lot harder for scientists to sequence--until recently.
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