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y 20s and single, family members who can participate in the identification process are typically their aged siblings. ?쏧t has been almost 70 years since the war broke out, and people from the time have either passed away or are arriving at their senescence. We are racing against time,??Lee said. This year marks the 69th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War. Damaged bone samples also make it hard for analysts to draw results that can be used to match information with that of the bereaved families. Buried for decades, the bones are often seriously decomposed 롤듀오 from contaminated soil or microorganisms. Due to the degree of decomposition, some samples cannot be properly identified.The 롤듀오 DNA analysis division receives samples of bone fragments and mouth swabs of bereaved families from MAKRI. While it takes about two weeks to extract the DNA information of the families, a month is spent to verify the bones as part of more complex procedures to remove decayed parts and calcium for DNA extraction.Bone samples from war remains and a mouth swab of a bereaved family member are placed on a table at the Criminal Investigation Command at the Defense Ministry in Seoul on Wednesday. (Jo He-rim/The Korea Herald)Current technology now allows analysts to identify with genetic 롤듀오 material from cousins. And the team is taking samples from up to third cousins in preparation for advancements in DNA analysis technologies. ?쏬and development and construction across the country also come as obstacles for the recovery project, as it becomes impossible to exhume remains where a building is built,??Lee added.According to Lee, Korea relies largely on DNA analysis to identify war remains, as not much information is
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