Iran Starts DNA Tests of Kyrgyz Plane Crash Victims

1ASDSA-21310.jpgTEHRAN (FNA)- A Tehran laboratory started to test 59 DNA samples of casualties of the plane crash, which happened on August 24, 2008 near the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek.

“Right now there are 59 DNA samples and 19 blood samples of the relatives of the 10 unidentified casualties in the laboratory,” Kyrgyz government’s press service reported.

“All the samples went through the procedure of DNA discharge and duplicates multiplication. The DNA samples of casualties are ready for genetic material capability examination. These examinations are analyzed by 15 genetic conditions in chromosome. It is guessed that the results of these examinations will be ready on September 3,” the press service noted.

After the examination, there is a long procedure of comparison and collation of casualties’ DNA and DNA of the relatives. This procedure might take 3-7 days.

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