Bones, mummies, tuberculosis and ancient DNA (Helen Donoghue 17 March 2016)

source: UCL Lunch Hour Lectures   2016年3月23日
Speaker: Dr Helen Donoghue
Tuberculosis is an ancient disease and is still with us today. Historical DNA tells us that 'modern' tuberculosis existed 9,000 years ago, and the fact that its different strains are found in different human populations means that it can tell us a lot about early human migration.

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