Autoradiograph of mitochondrial DNA used in the id

Made:
1997-8

Autoradiograph of mitochondrial DNA used in the identification of the remains of Jesse James. Made by Dr Mark Stoneking in 1997-8 at Pennsylvania State University. Ten sequences: two each from four hairs obtained when the body of Jesse James was exhumed in 1902, and two blank sequences.

Details

Category:
Biotechnology
Object Number:
2000-583
type:
autoradiograph
credit:
Stoneking, Dr. Mark
status:
Permanent collection

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