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Antropologia molecolare

Manuale di base
  • David Caramelli,

A textbook which is the result of the consolidated experience of the author, Antropologia molecolare deals in depth with a groundbreaking discipline in the field of anthropological sciences. The principal biomolecular techniques for the study of the human genome, its variability and characteristic evolutionary mechanisms are illustrated in detail. There is also extensive coverage of the application aspects, such as palaeogenetic studies on the analysis of ancient and forensic DNA.

  • Keywords:
  • Biologia,
  • Genetica,
  • DNA,
  • Antropologia,
  • Bioinformatica,
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David Caramelli

University of Florence, Italy

David Caramelli is a researcher and lecturer in Molecular Anthropology in the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences of the University of Florence. His sphere of research is molecular/palaeogenetic anthropology through analysis of ancient/degraded DNA. He has published his research results in some of the most prestigious international journals and has to his credit extensive collaboration with universities in Italy and abroad.

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Book Title

Antropologia molecolare

Book Subtitle

Manuale di base

Authors

David Caramelli

Peer Reviewed

Number of Pages

336

Publication Year

2009

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© 2009 Author(s)

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CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 IT

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CC0 1.0

Publisher Name

Firenze University Press

DOI

10.36253/978-88-8453-754-6

ISBN Print

978-88-8453-696-9

eISBN (pdf)

978-88-8453-754-6

eISBN (xml)

978-88-9273-860-7

Series Title

Manuali – Scienze

Series Issn

2704-6443

Series E-Issn

2704-5927

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