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New research reveals that Mycoplasma pathogens make DNA in a unique way that may protect them from our immune response. The result could provide new avenues to combat the pathogens that utilize this strategy. The study is published today in the scientific journal Nature.
Time: Wed 2018-12-05 15.00 Location: Lecture hall D3, Lindstedtsvägen 5, KTH Campus Type of event: Seminars
Time: Wed 2018-12-05 15.00 Location: Lecture hall D3, Lindstedtsvägen 5, KTH Campus Type of event: Seminars
Time: Mon 2018-12-10 10.00 Location: F3, Lindstedtsvägen 26, KTH Type of event: Dissertations
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Time: Fri 2018-12-14 10.30 Location: Teknikringen 33, Room Ivar Herlitz Type of event: Lectures and seminars
Time: Mon 2018-12-10 12.15 - 13.00 Location: Online, the web Type of event: Lectures and seminars
Time: Mon 2018-12-10 10.00 Location: Sal T2, Hälsovägen 11, Flemingsberg Type of event: Defence of dissertations
Time: Mon 2019-01-21 10.00 Location: Q2, KTH, Malvinas vag 10, 114 28 Stockholm Type of event: Licentiate seminars
The genetic variation within the Scythian nomad group is so broad that it must be explained with the group assimilating people it came in contact with. This is shown in a new study on Bronze and Iron Age genetics of the Pontic-Caspian Steppe, situated in the Black Sea region. The article is published in the scientific journal Science Advances.

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