BLOOD, PROTEIN, DNA

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H

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Johnson, J., 1991, Ancient DNA gives up its secrets: New Scientist, v. 129, n. 1759, p. 24.

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K

Kaye, T. G., Gaugler, G., and Sawlowicz, Z., 2008, Dinosaurian soft tissues interpreted as bacterial biofilms: PLos one, published online, v. 3, n. 7, 7pp.

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Lindgren, J., Uvdal, P,. Engdahl, A., Lee, A. H., Alwmark, C,. Bergquist, K.-E., Nilsson, E,. Ekstrom, P., Rasmussen, M., Douglas, D. A., Polcyn, M. J., and Jacobs, L. L., 2011, Microspetroscopic evidence of Cretaceous bone proteins: Public Library of Science (PLOS), One, v. 6, n. 4, 11pp.

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Martill, D. M., and Unwin, D. M., 1997, Small spheres in fossil bones: Blood corpuscles or Diagenetic Products?: Paleontology, v. 40, part 3, p. 619-624.

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Opitz, J. M., 2005, Scott Rogers on Dinosaur behavior, in: The Annals of Morphology: American Journal of Medical Genetics, v. 134A, p. 357-358.

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Paabo, S., 1993, Ancient DNA: Scientific American, November, 1993, p. 86-92.

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Reid, R. E. H., 1993, Dinosaur blood cells rediscovered: Nature, v. 366, p. 24.

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Sawlowicz, Z., and Kaye T.G., Replacement of iron sulphides by oxides in the dinosaur bone from the Lance Fm. (Wyoming, USA) -preliminary study: Mineralogia Polonica, Spec. Pap. 29, p. 184-187.

Schmitt, J. jr., and Schweitzer, M. H., 2002, Paleoenvironmental controls on modes of extraordinary vertebate fossil preservation, Upper Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation, northeast Montana: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 22, supplement to n. 3, Abstracts of Papers, Sixty-second annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, University of Oklahoma, Norman Oklahoma, October 9-12, p. 104a.

Schweitzer, M. H., 1993, Biomolecule preservation in Tyrannosaurs rex: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 13, supplement to n. 3, Abstracts of Papers, Fifty-Third Annual Meeting, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 13-16, p. 56A.


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Schweitzer, M. H., 1998, Claws, beaks, scales and feathers: the evolutionary implications of keratin preservation in the fossil record: In: The Dinofest Symposium, Presented by. The Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 17-19, 1998, edited by Wolberg, D. L., Gittis, K., Miller, S., Carey, L., and Raynor, A., p. 52.

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Wittmeyr, J., and Schweitzer, M., 2005, Manipulating dinosaurian soft tissue: methods for handling soft tissues, vessels and cells in fossil specimens: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 25, supplement to n. 3, abstracts of papers, sixty-fifth annual meeting, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Mesa Southwest Museum and Phoenix Marriott Mesa, Mesa, Arizona, October 19-22, 2005, p. 131a.

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Yeoman, B., 2006, Schweitzer's dangerous discovery. When this shy paleontologist found soft, fresh-looking tissue inside a T. rex femur, she erased a line between past and present. Then all hell broke loose: Discover, April 2006, p. 36-41, 77.

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