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Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, v.101, supl.02 (2006)

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Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz é uma revista internacional de pesquisas biológicas e biomédicas publicada pelo Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, que aceita contribuições originais de cientistas e pesquisadores de todo o mundo. O periódico publica anualmente 12 números regulares.

Fundada em 1909, fruto dos ideais visionários e esforço dedicado do próprio Oswaldo Cruz, a revista é hoje uma das publicações mais citadas da América Latina.

Sumário
Mem. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz v.101  supl.2 Rio de Janeiro dez. 2006

Advances in Paleopathologyfrom phylogenetic analyses to ancient medical literature – an editorial forward
Coura, José Rodrigues

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Introduction
Powel, Mary LucasCook, Della Collins

· texto em Inglês · Inglês ( pdf )
Challenges of phylogenetic analyses of aDNA sequences
Dittmar, KatharinaSouza, Sheila Mendonça deAraújo, Adauto

Paleogenetic and taphonomic analysis of human bones from Moa, Beirada, and Zé Espinho Sambaquis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Marinho, Anderson Nonato do RosarioMiranda, Newton CardosoBraz, ValériaRibeiro-dos-Santos, Ândrea KelySouza, Sheila Maria Ferraz Mendonça de

Tuberculosis in the New Worlda study of ribs from the Schild Mississippian population, West-Central Illinois
Raff, JenniferCook, Della CollinsKaestle, Frederika

Quantitative paleoparasitology applied to archaeological sediments
Fugassa, Martín HAraújo, AdautoGuichón, Ricardo A

Pathoecology and paleodiet in PostclassicHistoric Maya from northern coastal Belize
White, ChristineMaxwell, JayDolphin, AlexisWilliams, JocelynLongstaffe, Fred

Paleoparasitological remains revealed by seven historic contexts from “Place d’Armes”, Namur, Belgium
Rocha, Gino Chaves daHarter- Lailheugue, StephanieLe Bailly, MatthieuAraújo, AdautoFerreira, Luiz FernandoSerra-Freire, Nicolau Maués daBouchet, Françoise

Parasitism in Kansas in the 1800sa glimpse to the past through the analysis of grave sediments from Meadowlark cemetery
Le Bailly, MatthieuGonçalves, Marcelo LCLefèvre, ChristineRoper, Donna CPye, Jeremy WAraujo, AdautoBouchet, Françoise

Pintomyia (Pifanomyiapaleotownsendi, a new sand fly from the Miocene amber of Dominican Republic (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae)
Andrade Filho, José DilermandoFalcão, Alda LimaGalati, Eunice A BianchiBrazil, Reginaldo Peçanha

Patterns of tuberculosis in the Americashow can modern biomedicine inform the ancient past?
Wilbur, Alicia KayBuikstra, Jane Ellen

The antiquity of tuberculosis in Hungarythe skeletal evidence
Marcsik, AntóniaMolnár, ErikaSzathmáry, László

Paleopathology of the commoners at Tell Amarna, Egypt, Akhenaten’s capital city
Rose, Jerome C

Gauging differential health among the sexes at Windover (8Br246) using the Western Hemisphere Health Index
Wentz, Rachel KTucker, BryanKrigbaum, JohnDoran, Glen H

Paleopathology and osteobiography of the people of Peñuelas, Chile’s semiarid north
Rosado, Maria ArayaVernacchio-Wilson, Jessica

Health at the time of Native-European contact in Southern PatagoniaFirst steps, results, and prospects
Guichón, Ricardo AníbalSuby, Jorge AlejandroCasali, RominaFugassa, Martín Horacio

Infectious disease among enslaved African Americans at Eaton’s Estate, Warren County, North Carolina, ca. 1830-1850
Lambert, Patricia M

The girl from the Church of the Sacramenta case of congenital syphilis in XVIII century Lisbon
Souza, Sheila Mendonça deCodinha, SoniaCunha, Eugénia

Symbolic trephinations and population structure
Szathmáry, LászlóMarcsik, Antónia

Broken noses for the godsritual battles in the Atacama Desert during the Tiwanaku period
Lessa, AndreaSouza, Sheila Maria Ferraz Mendonça de

Caries prevalence in skeletal seriesis it possible to compare?
Wesolowski, Veronica

Ancient medical texts, modern reading problems
Rosa, Maria Carlota

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