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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A team led by researchers at the University of Copenhagen has performed a metaproteomic analysis of dental plaque from 21 medieval villagers found at a Danish gravesite.

For the study, which was published this week in Nature Communications, the scientists used mass spectrometry to identify 3,671 proteins across 22 samples collected from the 21 individuals, including proteins from 220 bacterial species.

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