Kerstin Lidén
Kerstin Lidén
Professor of Archaeological Science, Stockholm University
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Molecular analysis of Neanderthal DNA from the northern Caucasus
IV Ovchinnikov, A Götherström, GP Romanova, VM Kharitonov, K Liden, ...
Nature 404 (6777), 490, 2000
Widespread origins of domestic horse lineages
C Vilŕ, JA Leonard, A Götherström, S Marklund, K Sandberg, K Lidén, ...
Science 291 (5503), 474-477, 2001
Bone preservation and DNA amplification
A Götherström, MJ Collins, A Angerbjörn, K Lidén
Archaeometry 44 (3), 395-404, 2002
“The wet and the wild followed by the dry and the tame”–or did they occur at the same time? Diet in Mesolithic–Neolithic southern Sweden
K Lidén, G Eriksson, B Nordqvist, A Götherström, E Bendixen
Antiquity 78 (299), 23-33, 2004
Same island, different diet: cultural evolution of food practice on Öland, Sweden, from the Mesolithic to the Roman Period
G Eriksson, A Linderholm, E Fornander, M Kanstrup, P Schoultz, ...
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 27 (4), 520-543, 2008
Dietary variation in arctic foxes (Alopex lagopus)-an analysis of stable carbon isotopes
A Angerbjörn, P Hersteinsson, K Lidén, E Nelson
Oecologia 99 (3-4), 226-232, 1994
Stable isotopes and the metabolism of the European cave bear
DE Nelson, A Angerbjörn, K Lidén, I Turk
Oecologia 116 (1-2), 177-181, 1998
Wild at heart: Approaching Pitted Ware identity, economy and cosmology through stable isotopes in skeletal material from the Neolithic site Korsnäs in Eastern Central Sweden
E Fornander, G Eriksson, K Lidén
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 27 (3), 281-297, 2008
High frequency of lactose intolerance in a prehistoric hunter-gatherer population in northern Europe
H Malmström, A Linderholm, K Lidén, J Storĺ, P Molnar, G Holmlund, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 10 (1), 89, 2010
Diet and status in Birka: stable isotopes and grave goods compared
A Linderholm, CH Jonson, O Svensk, K Lidén
Antiquity 82 (316), 446-461, 2008
Prehistoric diet transitions: An archaeological perspective.
KB Liden
Dietary change and stable isotopes: a model of growth and dormancy in cave bears
K Liden, A Angerbjörn
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 266 (1430 …, 1999
Ancient mitochondrial DNA from the northern fringe of the Neolithic farming expansion in Europe sheds light on the dispersion process
H Malmström, A Linderholm, P Skoglund, J Storĺ, P Sjödin, MTP Gilbert, ...
Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 370 (1660), 20130373, 2015
Population genomics of Mesolithic Scandinavia: Investigating early postglacial migration routes and high-latitude adaptation
T Günther, H Malmström, EM Svensson, A Omrak, F Sánchez-Quinto, ...
PLoS biology 16 (1), e2003703, 2018
Resource utilisation along the Estonian coast during the Stone Age
L Lőugas, K Lidén, DE Nelson
PACT, 399-420, 1996
Ancient DNA reveals traces of Iberian Neolithic and Bronze Age lineages in modern Iberian horses
J Lira, A Linderholm, C Olaria, M Brandström Durling, MTP Gilbert, ...
Molecular Ecology 19 (1), 64-78, 2010
The effects of lipids in stable carbon isotope analysis and the effects of NaOH treatment on the composition of extracted bone collagen
K Liden, C Takahashi, DE Nelson
Journal of Archaeological Science 22 (2), 321-326, 1995
Stable carbon isotopes as dietary indicator, in the Baltic area
K Liden, ED Nelson
Osteology, DNA and sex identification: morphological and molecular sex identifications of five neolithic individuals from Ajvide, Gotland
A Götherström, K Liden, T Ahlström, M Källersjö, TA Brown
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 7 (1), 71-81, 1997
Megaliths, agriculture, and social complexity: a diet study of two Swedish megalith populations
K Lidén
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 14 (4), 404-417, 1995
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