When Jeffersonian workmen find a young female's fire-consumed body in the incinerator, the forensic pathology team soon concludes it was an institute collaborator, a young intern, and that it must be murder committed a few hours ago. Booth stay to help investigate, which lays bare several possible motives. Despite the apparent connection with the Gormogon serial killer, plausibly planted on purpose, more mundane motives among Jeffersonian staff are pursued systematically, even common crime one wouldn't expect among select scientists.
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Saroyan says the body turns succinylcholine into potassium; the drug does not contain and can not be turned into potassium, but high doses cause muscles to release potassium into the blood stream. Bones says succinylcholine is one of the earliest anesthetics known; sux is not an anesthetic but an extremely fast acting muscle relaxant whose properties were first noted in the 1950s, while nitrous oxide was a surgical anesthetic by 1800. See more
When Booth tears the sleeve of Dr. Klimkew's shirt open, Velcro can be heard separating, as the cuff is opened. Yet Dr. Klimkew's cuffs are buttoned shut. See more
FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth
Camille, you're an adult you can't live your life afraid of what your family thinks.
Dr. Camille Saroyan
Seeley, it's not going to be like this forever. One day he'll die.
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