Later chapters focus mostly on specific infectious diseases with some exceptions high points of the book include evolution of the human immune system and its relationship to archaic humans ancient antibiotic resistance and an integrative tale of paleopathology this one might fit better earlier in the book. Paleomicrobiology of humans is the first comprehensive book to examine so many aspects of this new multidisciplinary scientific field paperback 212 pages full color illustrations contents. Paleomicrobiology of humans 1st edition by michel drancourt editor didier raoult editor be the first to review this item. Paleomicrobiology past human infections features the methods and main achievements in this emerging field of research at the intersection of microbiology and evolution history and anthropology new molecular approaches have already provided exciting results such as confirmation of a single. Others such as when tuberculosis began to afflict humans the role of lice in plague pandemics and the history of smallpox are explored and further illuminated in paleomicrobiology of humans led by editors michel drancourt and didier raoult the books expert contributors address larger issues using paleomicrobiology
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