Archaeology: Ancient bones could help combat TB | Science | The Observer

Archaeologists at UCL are using ancient bones from Jericho to study ways of combating modern TB. TB was rife in Jericho and bones dug up by Kathleen Kenyon provide a source of DNA which may give insights into why they were so susceptible and therefore may help understand the disease with hopes that this may help fight the disease in modern times.


Archaeology: Ancient bones could help combat TB | Science | The Observer

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