Well from a purely scientific point of view it appears as though yes, there is.

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After 48 hours 1,063 genes had come to life and rather than being random sequences, the team noticed that it looked to be intentional.

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It s not fully known whether this same process happens in humans, however the study does seem to suggest that it takes place in all organismal death.

If true, our greater understanding of how the body dies could have profound implications for organ transplants.

This increased knowledge could lead to safer procedures, better matches and ultimately help us carry out a greater number of successful transplants.

By being able to create an accurate timeline of what happens after death forensic scientists would be able to pinpoint the time of death to mere minutes, rather than hours.

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