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|Title:||Ancient DNA from amber inclusions: a review of the evidence|
|Citation:||Ancient Biomolecules, 1998; 2(2-3):167-176|
|Jeremy J. Austin, Andrew B. Smith, Richard A. Fortey, Richard H. Thomas|
|Abstract:||Reviews the evidence for and against claims of ancient DNA recovery from amber inclusions and offers some comments on the value of ancient DNA that may or may not be preserved in amber. Amber as a preservational medium; Biomolecular preservation in amber; Attempts at independent replication.|
|Keywords:||Amber preserved insects; Ancient DNA; Reproducibility|
|Rights:||Copyright of Ancient Biomolecules is the property of Taylor & Francis Ltd.|
|Appears in Collections:||Earth and Environmental Sciences publications|
Environment Institute Leaders publications
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