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Study: In the prehistoric age, for thousands of years there were no social differences in food consumption

05:15 EDT 17 May 2019 | News-Medical.net

Biochemical analysis of human remains has become a key feature in our understanding of past peoples. Ancient DNA and Stable Isotope Analysis are now considered primary sources of information in the study of the geographic mobility of populations, their genetic affinities, and their diet.

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