New standards for ancient protein studies set forth by multi-national group of researchers

A team of researchers from institutions at the leading edge of the new field of palaeoproteomics have published guidelines to provide it with a firm foundation. Ancient proteins are used to study everything from extinct species to ancient human diets to the evolution of diseases, and more. The guide aims to support good practices in the field and to ensure the generation of robust, reproducible results.
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