New Archaeological Discoveries
The analysis of the skeleton known as analiz alien ler in Peru because of its interesting anatomical features may have exceeded the ethical limit.
The tiny skeleton found in 2003 in the Atacama Desert of Peru, with a considerably elongated skull, evoked the appearance of a being that was originally from outside the world, with its normal appearance.
Since then, the skeleton, which is almost 15 cm long, belongs to a human fetus, which the researchers call di Ata,. But the scientists who conducted the research and published the results in March were kept in the line of fire for the methods they used during the research.
In the July issue of the International Journal of Paleopathology , another group of scientists published their analysis of this past work. In these analyzes, the so-called abnormalities of the skeleton (such as the missing ribs) revealed the lack of information about the fetal development of the previous group, and even the lack of this information, the researchers pointed out that the skeleton damaged unnecessary DNA.
The co-author of the new study, Professor Kristina Killgrove, of the University of West Florida at the Department of Anthropology, states that the previous study lacked an olan adequate ethical statement or an archaeological permission ”and that their work may have avoided applying commonly used protocols to human remains, since it does not include a researcher who is a Chilean citizen.
In the new assessment, the previous study suggests that the mummified skeleton and the body of the mummified skeleton, rather than the result of an mat abnormality ortaya, rather focus on the burial and prolongation of the underground due to the heat and pressure of the body, after the premature birth of the dead body.
In addition, the authors of the new assessment question the m new mutations büyük presented as an explanation for the size of the mummy in the previous study. These proposed mutations suggest that the fetus will have no effect on skeletal development of a suspected age (15 weeks) individual.
Considering that the remains are only a few decades, the fact that the study published in March does not focus on ethical concerns is another point that the new study emphasizes. Moreover, since DNA can cause various damages in the area where the DNA is isolated from the tissue, there are a lot of restrictions on it. In the previous study, one of the issues that are uncertain is whether DNA sampling is really needed.
According to the authors of the new study, bir There is no scientific basis behind taking any genomic analysis example from Ata because the skeleton is very normal and the whole genome analysis is completely unnecessary and unethical. Yeni
In the conclusion part, the authors make an important warning; ”DNA researchers need to be cautious when participating in research that has an explicit content and no legality, or that contains residues from private collections.“