Diverse variola virus (smallpox) strains were widespread in northern Europe in the Viking Age

Journal: Science

Published: 2020-07-24

DOI: 10.1126/science.aaw8977

Affiliations: 29

Authors: 29

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Globe Institute, UCPH, Denmark 0.15
Lundbeck Foundation GeoGenetics Centre, Denmark 0.12
Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera), RAS, Russia 0.07
Centre for Pathogen Evolution, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (UK) 0.06
Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, LU, Sweden 0.05
Charité Institute of Virology, Germany 0.04
DZIF Partner Site Charité, Germany 0.04
Department of Viroscience, Erasmus MC, Netherlands 0.03
Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (UK) 0.03
Malmö Museum, Sweden 0.03
Department of Forensic Medicine, UCPH, Denmark 0.03
Thames Valley Archaeological Services (TVAS), United Kingdom (UK) 0.03
Department of Archaeology, KemSU, Russia 0.03
Anuchin Research Institute and Museum of Anthropology, MSU, Russia 0.03
UiO Museum of Cultural History, Norway 0.03
Department of Archaeology and Cultural History (SAK), NTNU, Norway 0.03
Department of Human Genetics, UChicago, United States of America (USA) 0.03
Roskilde Museum, ROMU, Denmark 0.02
Frederikssund Museum, ROMU, Denmark 0.02
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, LMU, Germany 0.02
DZIF Partner Site Munich, Germany 0.02
Sydsvensk Archeology AB, Sweden 0.02
Trace and Environmental DNA Laboratory (TrEnD), Curtin University, Australia 0.01
Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB), NAS, Armenia 0.01
Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (UK) 0.01
Wellcome Sanger Institute, United Kingdom (UK) 0.01
Danish Institute for Advanced Study (DIAS), SDU, Denmark 0.01