E2015-1. Oh CS, Koh B-J, Yoo DS, Park JB,Min SR, Kim Y-S, Lee SS, Ge J, Seo SB and Shin DH. Joseon Funerary Texts TestedUsing Ancient DNA Analysis of a Korean Mummy. Anatomical Record. 298:1191–1207(2015)
E2015-2. Arguelles P, Reinhard K, and ShinDH. Forensic Palynological Analysis of Intestinal Contents of a Korean Mummy. Anatomical Record 298:1182–1190 (2015).
E2015-3. Astha Dibyopama, Youngjun Kim, Chang Seok Oh, Dong Hoon Shin and Vasant Shinde. Human Skeletal Remains from Ancient Burial Sites in India: With Special Reference to Harappan Civilization.2015. Korean J Phys Anthropol 28(1): 1-9.
E2015-4. Do Sun Lim, Eun Jin Woo, Jae-Hoon Bae, Yongjun Kim, Na Li Lee, Kyung Hwangbo, Chang Seok Oh, Yi-Suk Kim, Soon Chul Cha, and Dong Hoon Shin. Anthropological Study on the Cremated Bones ofthe Late Silla Kingdom Period in Korean History. the Anthropologists 19(1):131-138 (2015)
E2015-5. Kim MJ, Kim Y-S, Oh CS, Go J-H, Lee IS, Park W-K, Cho S-M, Kim S-K, Shin DH. Anatomical Confirmation of Computed Tomography-Based Diagnosis of the Atherosclerosis Discovered in 17th Century Korean Mummy. 2015. PLOS ONE 10(3): e0119474. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0119474
E2015-6. Myeung Ju Kim, Min Seo, Chang Seok Oh, Jong Yil Chai, Jinju Lee, Gab-jin Kim, Won Young Ma, Soon Jo Choi, Karl Reinhard, Adauto Araujo, Dong Hoon Shin. The paleoparasitological study on the archaeological samples from prehistoric and ancient shell‐midden sites of Korea. Quarternary International (in press)
E2015-7. Chang Seok Oh, Min Seo, Jong Ha Hong, Jong Yil Chai, Seung Whan Oh, Jun Bum Park, Dong Hoon Shin, Ancient Mitochondrial DNA Analyses of Ascaris Eggs Discovered in Coprolites from JoseonTomb. Korean Journal of Parasitology 2015;53(2):237-242
E2015-8. Oh CS, Lee SD, Kim Y-S, Shin DH.The Use and Effectiveness of Triple Multiplex System for Coding Region Single Nucleotide Polymorphism in Mitochondrial DNA Typing of Archaeologically Obtained Human Skeletons from Joseon Tombs. BioMed Research International Article ID 850648
E2015-9. Chang Seok Oh, Soong Deok Lee, Kyung Jin Shin and Dong Hoon Shin. A Coupled Use of AmpFℓSTR Yfiler PCR Amplification Kit and Multiplex Primers for Large-Sized Loci is Beneficial for Authentic Y-chromosomal Short Tandem Repeat Analysis on the Archaeological Human Bones. Journal of Forensic Science (in press)
E2015-10. Kim Y-S, Lee IS, Oh CS, Kim MJ, Cha SC and Shin DH. Calcified Pulmonary Nodules Identified in 350-Year-Old-Joseon Mummy: the First Report on Ancient Pulmonary Tuberculosis from Archaeologically Obtained Pre-modern Korean Samples. Journal of Korean Medical Science (in press)
E2015-11. Dong Hoon Shin, Sang-Yuck Shim,Hoon Jin Jeong, Myeung Ju Kim, Mi-Hyun Lee, Ka Young Kim, In Hak Lee, Gyongtaek Kim, Jong Yil Chai, Chang Seok Oh, Min Seo. A paleoparasitological study on thecapital area of the ancient Korean Kingdom. Journal of Parasitology 2015Aug;101(4):458-61.
E2015-12. Despina Moissidou, Jasmine Day,Dong Hoon Shin and Raffaella Bianucci. Invasive versus non-invasive methodsapplied to mummy research: will this controversy ever be solved? BioMedResearch International, Article ID 192829.
E2015-13. Shin DH, Oh CS and Kim MJ. Bone tumors in pre-modern skulls from human skeletal series of Joseon Dynasty.Anatomy and Cell Biology 2015;48:213-217
B2015-1. Seo M and Shin DH. Parasitism,cesspits and sanitation in East Asian countries prior to modernization. In:Sanitation, Latrines and Intestinal Parasites in Past Populations, edited byPiers D. Mitchell. 2015. Farnham: Ashgate
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