The past twenty-five years have seen huge leaps forward in the use of DNA typing in the analysis of ancient and degraded remains. Susanne Hummel describes this book as a `comprehensive manual', `textbook and working tool' studying the technical and methodological aspects of DNA typing. In discussing methods, strategies, protocol and applications, notably those devised and used by the GApttingen Laboratory, she provides a specialist guide for those working in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, forensic medicine, conservation biology, environmental science and food engineering.Susanne Hummel describes this book as a `comprehensive manuala#39;, `textbook and working toola#39; studying the technical and methodological aspects of DNA typing.
|Title||:||Ancient DNA Typing|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2003|