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Ancient pathogen genomics: what we learn from historical diseases

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Prof. Dr. Johannes Krause established the ancient DNA research group at the University of Tubingen in 2010. He applies cutting-edge techniques of high throughput DNA sequencing and targeted DNA enrichment to analyse fossil DNA from human remains. In this talk, Johannes will present his genome-wide analysis of historical pathogens and discuss the insights into the evolution of infectious disease, which help us to identify causative agents of major human pandemics.

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