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Forensic research. (1992) Argentine Forensic Anthropology team in morgue of San Isidrio Hospital measuring and cataloguing bones of a "desparacido" a disappeared Argentinian.  Mercedes Doretti (sleeveless), Patricia Bernardi, Silvana Turner (short hair), Carlos (Marco) Somigliana (beard), Luis Fondebrider.  Data is entered into a computer and eventually they hope to match data to make an ID.  They hope to extract DNA from bones for DNA fingerprinting. Skeleton in a forensic laboratory. The bones have been numbered for identification. The researchers are trying to determine the identity of the body, which can be done by extracting and studying DNA. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is the chemical responsible for heredity, and is different in each individual. These are the remains of someone abducted and murdered during the military rule in Argentina between 1976 and 1983. The hole in the skull is testament to a violent death.  Buenos Aires, Argentina. DNA Fingerprinting. MODEL RELEASED