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Volume 13, Number 2—February 2007

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Yersinia pestis Orientalis in Remains of Ancient Plague Patients

Michel Drancourt*, Michel Signoli*, La Vu Dang*, Bruno Bizot*†, Véronique Roux*, Stéfan Tzortzis*‡, and Didier Raoult*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille, France; †Ministère de la Culture, Paris, France; ‡Service archéologique, Martigues, France;

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Skeletons from a mass grave in Martigues, 1720–1721, yielded molecular evidence for the Yersinia pestis Orientalis biotype. Photograph: S. Tzortzis

Figure. Skeletons from a mass grave in Martigues, 1720–1721, yielded molecular evidence for the Yersinia pestis Orientalis biotype. Photograph: S. Tzortzis

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