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Bioarchaeology: a profitable dialogue between microbiology and archaeology.

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Summary of "Bioarchaeology: a profitable dialogue between microbiology and archaeology."

The cultivation of yeasts from up to 5000-year-old beer vessels in Israel allows insights into early domestication of microbes for food production, but also raises questions about long-term survival of microbes under dormancy or slow growth.

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Name: Microbial biotechnology
ISSN: 1751-7915
Pages: 406-409

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