Barbara Bramanti

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Publications

  • Bramanti, Barbara; Stenseth, Nils Christian; Walløe, Lars & Xu, Lei (2016). Plague: A disease which changed the path of human civilication, In Ruifu Yang & Andrey Anisimov (ed.),  Yersinia pestis: Retrospective and perspective.  Springer.  ISBN 978-94-024-0888-1.  Kapittel 1.  s 1 - 23
  • Hansch, Stephanie; Cilli, Elisabetta; Catalano, Giulio; Gruppiono, Giorgio; Bianucci, Raffaella; Stenseth, Nils Christian; Bramanti, Barbara & Pallen, Mark J. (2015). The pla gene, encoding plasminogen activator, is not specific to Yersinia pestis. BMC Research Notes.  ISSN 1756-0500.  8(1) . doi: 10.1186/s13104-015-1525-x
  • Schmid, Boris Valentijn; Büntgen, Ulf; Easterday, William Ryan; Ginzler, Christian; Walløe, Lars; Bramanti, Barbara & Stenseth, Nils Christian (2015). Climate-driven introduction of the Black Death and successive plague reintroductions into Europe. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.  ISSN 0027-8424.  112(10), s 3020- 3025 . doi: 10.1073/pnas.1412887112
  • Kay, Gemma L.; Sergeant, Martin J.; Giuffra, Valentina; Bandiera, Pasquale; Milanese, Marco; Bramanti, Barbara; Bianucci, Raffaella & Pallen, Mark J. (2014). Recovery of a medieval Brucella melitensis genome using shotgun metagenomics. mBio.  ISSN 2150-7511.  5(4) . doi: 10.1128/mBio.01337-14
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2013). The Use of DNA Analysis in the Archaeology of Death and Buria, In Liv Nilsson Stutz & Sarah Tarlow (ed.),  The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Death and Burial.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780199569069.  Chapter 6..  s 99 - 122

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  • Bramanti, Barbara (2014). Ancient DNA of the European Hunter Gatherers.
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2014). Ancient DNA studies and the pandemics of the past.
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2014, 24. juni). Exploring Black Death mysteries in a new ancient DNA-lab. [Internett].
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2014). Inquiring into the Medieval Plagues.
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2014). New genomic perspectives in historical plagues.
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2014). The current genetic evidence for sites of origin of the three plague pandemics.
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2014). The medieval plagues: ecology, transmission modalities and routes of the infections.
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2014). Was always ‘Better wed over the mixen than over the moor’?.
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2014). Yersin and beyond: How can genomics and ecology help in understanding the history of plague?.
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2014). Yersin e oltre: 120 anni di studi biologici sulla peste e un nuovo progetto.
  • Bramanti, Barbara & Hänsch, Stephanie (2014). Host-pathogens interactions: exploring the effects of epidemics on European human populations by means of ancient DNA analyses.
  • Bramanti, Barbara & Hänsch, Stephanie (2014). Was uns alte DNA zur Veränderung vergangener Ökosysteme mitteilen kann. Geographische Rundschau.  ISSN 0016-7460.
  • Bramanti, Barbara (2013). The medieval plagues: can genetics and ecology help in understanding our history?.
  • Bramanti, Barbara; Hänsch, Stephanie & Bogus, M (2013). Evolutionary consequences of the past pandemics. Ancient DNA: applications in human evolutionary history.
  • Riehm, Julia; Seifert, L; Wagner, D; Birdsell, Dawn; Thomas, A; Zoeller, L; Grupe, G; Parise, Katy L.; Wiechmann, Ingrid; Hänsch, Stephanie; Bramanti, Barbara; Keim, P; Harbeck, Michaela & Scholz, H.C. (2013). Yersinia pestis DNA from Skeletal Remains from the 6th Century AD Reveals Insights into Justinianic Plague.
  • Schmid, Boris Valentijn; Buntgen, U; Easterday, William Ryan; Ginzler, Christian; Walløe, Lars; Bramanti, Barbara & Stenseth, Nils Christian (2013). The pulse of Asia: The Black Death and successive reintroductions of plague into Europe.

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