Autoradiograph for remains of Jesse James

Made:
1995 in Pennsylvania

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
type:
autoradiograph
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • photograph
  • x-ray photograph
credit:
Stoneking, Dr. Mark

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