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Student Discovers Tuberculosis DNA in Dental Plaque of Smithsonian’s Anatomical Collection

Wednesday, August 16, 2017, By Kathleen Haley
In a collection of historic skeletal remains at the Smithsonian, microscopic signs of a serious contagion lurk in an intriguing place in a sample of individuals from 100 years ago. Student researcher Soleil Young ’17, a member of the Renée...

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