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Table 1 Details of the skeletons excavated from St Mary Magdalen, Winchester

From: Mycobacterium leprae genomes from a British medieval leprosy hospital: towards understanding an ancient epidemic

Skeleton Leprosy-like pathology Fold coverage (depth) Percent coverage (>4 reads) 14C date (cal AD, 95% probability)
Sk2 Feet, cranium 14.9 92.9 1268-1283
Sk8 Limbs, cranium 20.0 96.4 1010-1160
Sk12 None 0.39 0.99 nd
Sk14 Limbs, feet, cranium (extensive) 26.6/44.8* 98.9/98* 955-1033
Sk27 Feet (minimal) 11.9/6.7* 80.0/41.9* 1020-1162*
  1. Details of the skeletons excavated from St Mary Magdalen, Winchester, and the whole genome sequence analysis of their associated M. leprae strains carried out at the University of Surrey and the University of Tübingen, respectively.
  2. *presented in this study, other details were previously published in Schuenemann et al., 2013 [7].