1. Justinianic Plague: New insights into the pandemic by old genomes  Outbreak News Today
  2. Details of first historically recorded plague pandemic revealed by ancient genomes  Science Daily
  3. Researchers discover bacterial diversity in Justinianic Plague  Phys.org
  4. Scientists Decode Genome Of Plague-Causing Bacteria That Decimated Medieval Europe  IFLScience
  5. Genomic analysis reveals details of first historically recorded plague pandemic  UPI News
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An international team of researchers has analyzed human remains from 21 archaeological sites to learn more about the impact and evolution of the plague-causing bacterium Yersinia pestis during the first plague pandemic (541-750 AD). In a study published in PNAS, the researchers reconstructed 8 plague genomes from Britain, Germany, France and Spain and uncovered a previously unknown level …

Justinianic Plague: New insights into the pandemic by old genomes - Outbreak News Today

Justinianic Plague: New insights into the pandemic by old genomes - Outbreak News Today

A large international team of researchers has discovered a previously unknown level of diversity in the Justinianic Plague (also known as the First Pandemic). In their paper published in Proceedings of ...

Researchers discover bacterial diversity in Justinianic Plague

An international team of researchers writing in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) and led by the Max PYersinia pestis is the bacterium responsible for the first plague pandemic (and all plague pandemics since) – the Justinian Plague of 541 to 750 CE. This p

Scientists Decode Genome Of Plague-Causing Bacteria That Decimated Medieval Europe | IFLScience

Scientists have gained new insights into the first historically recorded plague pandemic.Scientists have gained new insights into the first historically recorded plague pandemic.

Genomic analysis reveals details of first historically recorded plague pandemic - UPI.com