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Ítzi the Iceman's dark secrets: Protein investigation supports brain injury theory

After decoding the Iceman's genetic make-up, a research team has now made another major breakthrough in mummy research: Using just a pinhead-sized sample of brain tissue from the world-famous glacier corpse, the team was able to extract and analyze proteins to further support the theory that Ítzi suffered some form of brain damage in the final moments of his life.
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