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What befell the heirs of the last Czar of Russia? DNA tests may solve mystery of Anastasia Answers to the mystery of what befell the heirs of the last czar of Russia nearly a century ago may rest behind locked laboratory doors in Moscow and New England. DNA test results to be announced within months on bone fragments found in Russia last year.  It could prove that none of Czar Nicholas II's family escaped execution in the Bolshevik Revolution — not even Anastasia, coral calcium in us the teenage princess whose identity various women have claimed over the decades. Evgeny Rogaev, coral calcium in us who heads a genetic research team working in Moscow and at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, coral calcium in us is not immune to the effect his work could have on how his fellow Russian citizens view that turbulent chapter in their history. He keeps pictures of the royal family carefully tucked inside a folder near charts of DNA sequences, coral calcium in us but does not display them. Coral calcium in us Likewise, coral calcium in us he shields any sight of the remains from everyone except the other researchers, coral calcium in us out of respect for whomever the remains represent. "Murders occurred. Coral calcium in us Children were murdered, coral calcium in us" he said this week, coral calcium in us choosing his words carefully. Coral calcium in us "I will not make a show of it. Coral calcium in us That is my ethics." (snip) Nicholas II, coral calcium in us Empress Alexandra, coral calcium in us 13-year-old Crown Prince Alexei, coral calcium in us the prince's four older sisters and their four attendants were taken prisoner in 1917. Coral calcium in us Even though the czar already had abdicated his throne, coral calcium in us their captors fatally shot all the prisoners on July 17, coral calcium in us 1918, coral calcium in us in a basement room of a house in the city of Yekaterinburg. DNA testing determined skeletal remains unearthed from shallow graves in a nearby mining pit in 1991 were most likely those of the couple and three of their four daughters. The daughters were believed to be 22-year-old Olga, coral calcium in us 21-year-old Tatiana and 17-year-old Anastasia, coral calcium in us although some people speculate the last set of remains belonged to the similarly sized 19-year-old Maria. Researchers suspect the bone shards discovered last summer, coral calcium in us burned and doused with acid, coral calcium in us are those of Alexei and Maria. Coral calcium in us They were found in the area where one of the professed killers said their bodies had been destroyed. The remains found in 1991 were reburied with honors in 1998 in the imperial-era capital of St. Coral calcium in us Petersburg. Coral calcium in us It was shadowed by doubts at the time, coral calcium in us including from the Russian Orthodox Church and some Romanov relatives, coral calcium in us over the authenticity of the genetic results. Nevertheless, coral calcium in us the church canonized the royal family in 2000. Rogaev, coral calcium in us who was called to help verify the remains' authenticity in 1997 and 1998, coral calcium in us said he knows many people with opinions on both sides. Coral calcium in us He compares it to the emotions that Americans have about their legendary public figures and families, coral calcium in us such as the Kennedys, coral calcium in us and says the DNA tests are the best way to be certain about the Romanovs' fate.;_ylt=AvTv.TaxYho7zXw9ZY.U2WxH2ocA