Johannes Krause

Department of Archaeogenetics Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany 
"Johannes Krause"
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Carlhoff S, Kutanan W, Rohrlach AB, et al. (2023) Genomic portrait and relatedness patterns of the Iron Age Log Coffin culture in northwestern Thailand. Nature Communications. 14: 8527
Wang K, Prüfer K, Krause-Kyora B, et al. (2023) High-coverage genome of the Tyrolean Iceman reveals unusually high Anatolian farmer ancestry. Cell Genomics. 3: 100377
Salazar L, Burger R, Forst J, et al. (2023) Insights into the genetic histories and lifeways of Machu Picchu's occupants. Science Advances. 9: eadg3377
Parker CE, Hiss AN, Spyrou MA, et al. (2023) 14th century Yersinia pestis genomes support emergence of pestis secunda within Europe. Plos Pathogens. 19: e1011404
Begg TJA, Schmidt A, Kocher A, et al. (2023) Genomic analyses of hair from Ludwig van Beethoven. Current Biology : Cb
Posth C, Yu H, Ghalichi A, et al. (2023) Palaeogenomics of Upper Palaeolithic to Neolithic European hunter-gatherers. Nature. 615: 117-126
Villalba-Mouco V, van de Loosdrecht MS, Rohrlach AB, et al. (2023) A 23,000-year-old southern Iberian individual links human groups that lived in Western Europe before and after the Last Glacial Maximum. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Skourtanioti E, Ringbauer H, Gnecchi Ruscone GA, et al. (2023) Ancient DNA reveals admixture history and endogamy in the prehistoric Aegean. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Wang K, Yu H, Radzevičiūtė R, et al. (2022) Middle Holocene Siberian genomes reveal highly connected gene pools throughout North Asia. Current Biology : Cb
Wang K, Bleasdale M, Le Moyne C, et al. (2022) 4000-year-old hair from the Middle Nile highlights unusual ancient DNA degradation pattern and a potential source of early eastern Africa pastoralists. Scientific Reports. 12: 20939
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