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DNA Detective Work Could Help To Restore and Preserve Historic Artwork and Unmask Counterfeits

News   Jun 19, 2020 | Original story from the J. Craig Venter Institute.

 
DNA Detective Work Could Help To Restore and Preserve Historic Artwork and Unmask Counterfeits

Photo summary of the various artworks sampled for the study "Characterizing microbial signatures on sculptures and paintings of similar provenance." Circles indicate swabbed areas on each sample artwork. Credit: JCVI.

 
 
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