Thursday, April 30, 2009 - 19:35 in Biology & Nature
Hadrosaur, dead 80 million years, yields oldest protein yet sequenced.
- New sequences from hadrosaur dinosaur confirm that ancient protein is preserved over timeThu, 30 Apr 2009, 14:39:33 EDT
- Proteins, soft tissue from 80-million-year-old dino support theory that molecules preserve over timeThu, 30 Apr 2009, 14:39:30 EDT
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