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  • noun genetics Any DNA sample recovered from biological samples not intended for DNA use, including historical and archeological samples.

Etymologies

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Initialism from ancient DNA.

Examples

  • In short, I study the building blocks of life, specifically something called aDNA.

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  • In short, I study the building blocks of life, specifically something called aDNA.

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  • Experiences in aDNA analysis would be advantageous.

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  • Prowse's research focuses on the bioarchaeological analysis of the people buried in the cemetery, including isotopic, palaeopathological, and aDNA analysis.

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  • Experiences in aDNA analysis would be advantageous.

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  • Experiences in aDNA analysis would be advantageous.

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  • Experiences in aDNA analysis would be advantageous.

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  • • Professor Lisa Matisoo-Smith, who moves to the University of Otago in August, will carry out the work on the aDNA of the tupuna.

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  • There was also possible evidence of infectious diseases in the population, but diagnosis of these will need to be confirmed by ancient DNA (aDNA) analyses.

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  • There was also possible evidence of infectious diseases in the population, but diagnosis of these will need to be confirmed by ancient DNA (aDNA) analyses.

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