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1. Experimental chemical degradation compared to natural diagenetic alteration of collagen: implications for collagen quality indicators for stable isotope analysis

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2. Molekularbiologische Parameter liegemilieubedingter Knochenalterung - Implikationen für die biologische Spurenkunde


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3. Yersinia pestis DNA Sequences in Late Medieval Skeletal Finds, Bavaria

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4. Strategy for Sensitive and Specific Detection of Yersinia pestis in Skeletons of the Black Death Pandemic

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5. Correction: Strategy for Sensitive and Specific Detection of Yersinia pestis in Skeletons of the Black Death Pandemic

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6. Research potential and limitations of trace analyses of cremated remains


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7. Yersinia pestis DNA from Skeletal Remains from the 6th Century AD Reveals Insights into Justinianic Plague

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8. Yersinia pestis DNA from Skeletal Remains from the 6(th) Century AD Reveals Insights into Justinianic Plague.


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