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Skeletal Analysis

skeletal analysis

Genetic Analysis of Fluctuating Asymmetry for Skeletal Characters in Mice

Hormone Therapy and Skeletal Muscle Strength: A Meta-Analysis

Meta-analysis of skeletal mandibular changes during Fränkel appliance treatment

Can the use of skeletal anchors in conjunction with fixed functional appliances promote skeletal changes? A systematic review and meta-analysis

Analysis of the electrophysiological properties and arrhythmias in directly contacted skeletal and cardiac muscle cell sheets

A DIGE proteomic analysis for high-intensity exercise-trained rat skeletal muscle

A Conceptual Framework for the Genesis and Analysis of Vertebrate Skeletal Concentrations

The Contribution of Skeletal Isotope Analysis to Understanding the Bronze Age in Europe

Foetal alcohol syndrome: a dental and skeletal age analysis of patients and controls

Morphological analysis of the skeletal remains of Japanese females from the Ikenohata-Shichikencho site

Analysis of Dextromethorphan and Dextrorphan in Skeletal Remains Following Decomposition in Different Microclimate Conditions

Overbite depth and anteroposterior dysplasia indicators: the relationship between occlusal and skeletal patterns using the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) analysis

Global MEF2 target gene analysis in cardiac and skeletal muscle reveals novel regulation of DUSP6 by p38MAPK-MEF2 signaling

The natural course of bridging osteophyte formation in diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis: retrospective analysis of consecutive CT examinations over 10 years

P2-278Risk factor analysis of skeletal related events in gastric cancer patients with bone metastasis

Analysis of Dextromethorphan and Dextrorphan in Skeletal Remains Following Differential Microclimate Exposure: Comparison of Acute vs. Repeated Drug Exposure

Determinants of fracture risk in a UK-population-based cohort of older women: a cross-sectional analysis of the Cohort for Skeletal Health in Bristol and Avon (COSHIBA)

 

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The study of human remains using the approaches of physical anthropology to determine such matters as age, sex, cause of death, racial affinity, evidence of disease, and the presence of wounds or injuries. Increasingly, use is made of DNA analysis to provide details of the person's physical form and appearance.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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