Study Detail

TitleThe efficacy of high-throughput sequencing and target enrichment on charred archaeobotanical remains
Study TypeOther
Abstract The majority of archaeological plant material is preserved in a charred state and obtaining reliable ancient DNA data from these remains has presented challenges due to problems associated with high rates of nucleotide damage, short DNA fragment lengths, low endogenous DNA content and the potential .. [more]
Description The majority of archaeological plant material is preserved in a charred state and obtaining reliable ancient DNA data from these remains has presented challenges due to problems associated with high rates of nucleotide damage, short DNA fragment lengths, low endogenous DNA content and the potential .. [more]
Center NameUniversity of Oslo