Marianne Luban has bought the Discovery video about the DNA testing of King Tut and family and, with some pausing and reversing of the film, has managed to copied down what Carsten Pusch handed to Hawass to look at comparing the DNA of Tutankhamun and the larger foetus.
This is what Marianne sent me:
I've not seen this segment of the documenary yet so I've not copied this down myself and cannot vouch for the accuracy. I'll try to do it after the show this week. (Saturday's repeat of the second part also started earlier than expected so I also missed a lot of it but I did record the comparison between the Elder and Younger Ladies so I'll work on that at some point.
What is clear is that the DNA table in the documentary does include some data which was dropped from the JAMA paper. This may be because some data is not considered reliable; however as a general point I believe that papers should include all data in an appendix and give reasons why it has been excluded. It also looks as if some of the data might have been "sharpened" before publication (possibly by comparing the results from the second lab).
My thanks to Marianne. As copying from screen can be hard, if anybody else manages to copy DNA down then I'd appreciate an email so that I can verify my own jottings.