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Newly published study on ancient skeletal remains reveals previously unknown species of microorganisms.

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Analysis of dental calculus on the mandibular teeth of the early individual in South Tyrol, Italy. Alice Paladin/Eurac Research

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04 October 2021by Rachel Wolffe

A study on 20 ancient human skeletal remains from Trentino-South Tyrol, Italy reveals new insights into the diversity of human oral microbiome.

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