Adding to the atmosphere, a third member of their team
> has identified a part of the shroud's markings as that of
> blood from a human male.
> Victor V. Tryon, PhD, assistant professor
> in microbiology and director of the university's Center for
> Advanced DNA Technologies, examined the DNA of one so-called
> "blood glob" from two separate microscopic shroud samples. He
> reported isolating signals from three different human genes
> by employing polymerase chain reaction, which can detect
> pieces of double-stranded DNA.
Pity it doesn't tell us what blood type. They appear to be ignorant of the earlier "discoveries".
Is it AB blood?
However, this contradicts Walter McCrone's microanalysis that found the bright red "blood globs" were vermilion paint.
The search for the real truth continues...