Autoradiograph for remains of Jesse James

Made:
1995 in Pennsylvania
Autoradiograph of mitochondrial DNA, made by Dr

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Autoradiograph of mitochondrial DNA, made by Dr
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Autoradiograph of mitochondrial DNA, made by Dr. Mark Stoneking in 1995 at Pennsylvania State University, used in the identification of the remains of Jesse James. Seven partial sequences: one sequence from one successful tooth, three sequences from one unsucessful tooth and three sequences from a second successful tooth (see note).

Details

Category:
Biotechnology
Object Number:
2000-581
Materials:
plastic (unidentified)
Measurements:
overall: 430 mm x 175 mm .02kg
type:
autoradiograph
credit:
Stoneking, Dr. Mark