Mysterious Skeleton Shows Molecular Complexity Of Bone Diseases

A human skeleton found. it rumored to be the categorized in extraterrestrial origins. has now seems to be rather comprehensive genomic work-up. The researchers of Stanford University School of Medicine report have published it. After watching it the skeleton seems like it’s without a doubt human. But further analysis shows that the remains of a genetic enigma.

Garry Nolan is the professor of microbiology and immunology at Stanford. Atul Butte, MD, Ph.D., director of the Institute for Computational Health Sciences. at the University of California-San Francisco. Both of them said To me, it seems that when doctors act analyses for patients and their families.

We’re often searching for one cause. One super-rare or unusual mutation that can explain the child’s ailment. But in this case, we’re pretty confident that many things went wrong,” stated by Butte. It’s a sign, he said, that looking for a single mutation. or even mutations that are already known to cause a particular disease. Can discourage scientists from looking for other potential genetic causes.

 In turn fundamental treatments for patients. the skeleton nicknamed as ata.

Which discovered back in the decade ago. It discovered in the devastated town in the Atacama Desert of Chile. After trading it from man to man it stopped at Spain. Its size and shape attracted the public attention.

It is only 6 inches long. The length of a dollar bill with. An angular, elongated skull and sunken, slanted eye sockets. The internet began to bubble with hullabaloo and talk of ET. Nolan added I had heard about this specimen through a friend of mine, and I managed to get a picture of it. Nolan said. “You can’t look at this specimen and not think it’s interesting; it’s quite dramatic. So I told my friend, ‘Look, whatever it is, if it’s got DNA, I can do the analysis.