Palaeobiology: Ensure equal access to ancient DNA

21:36 EDT 9 Aug 2017 | Nature Publishing

Research on ancient DNA relies on the availability of rare bone specimens from archaeological excavations. We consider that access to and research on these specimens should be more ethical and stringently regulated.DNA is exceptionally well preserved in the petrous bone of the inner ear

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