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BLOOD RESIDUE ANALYSIS OF ARTIFACTS FROM BACKHOE VILLAGE AND FISH LAKE SURVEY, UTAH

Author(s): Margaret E. Newman

Year: 1990

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A positive reaction to Guinea-pig anti-serum was found on the Cottonwood point recovered from the floor of the vent shaft in the square pithouse. Within the order Rodentia this anti-serum will elicit a strong positive reaction to porcupine Erethizodontidae family) and weaker reactions to beaver (Castoridae family) and squirrel (Sciuridae family). A positive reaction to cat anti-serum was found on the Great Basin Stemmed point from the Fish Lake survey. This could represent any member of the Felidae family known to occur in the area.


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BLOOD RESIDUE ANALYSIS OF ARTIFACTS FROM BACKHOE VILLAGE AND FISH LAKE SURVEY, UTAH. Margaret E. Newman. PRI Technical Report ,1990-097. 1990 ( tDAR id: 375288) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8VM4BDM


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