Reverse-root-canal method for extracting aDNA


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Janice Cori Cobb

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Teeth, the hardest substance in the human body, are frequently all that remain of a mortuary population from which direct human presence can be gleaned. As such their morphology is invaluable to physical anthropologists and investigators in allied disciplines. Methods currently used for purposes of extracting DNA from dental remains—e.g. bone-milling, crushing, and sectioning—result in total destruction of the teeth. This paper introduces the Reverse-Root-Canal, a protocol by which DNA of molecular weight higher than that obtainable through traditional destructive means, can be obtained from ancient dental remains without harm to the morphologically informative crown and roots. More... »

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