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Genes, Volume 9, Issue 3 (March 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) When Egyptologists at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, could not figure out the sex of a mummified [...] Read more. When Egyptologists at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, could not figure out the sex of a mummified head from an important 4000-year-old Egyptian tomb, they turned to the medical and scientific communities for help. In 2009, scientists extracted a molar in the hope of recovering sufficient uncontaminated DNA to provide the answer. Their first attempt failed because the DNA proved too degraded to yield results with the routinely employed DNA typing methodologies of the time. The FBI stepped in and applied the cutting-edge techniques described in this article to find the long-sought answer. View the paper here.