The TWiM team reveals the oldest human plague from 4,900 years ago in Sweden, and engineering E. coli to become an endosymbiont in yeast, modeling the evolution of mitochondria.
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- Oldest human plague from 4,900 years ago (PNAS)
- Engineering yeast endosymbionts (PNAS)
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