Urtum waved to the commander as she left, "Thank you." Once his samples were prepared he began to use the equipment in the medical bay to do what little tests he could. Not having a fully equipped science lab was a bit of an annoyance for him, but this would just have to do for now. After a few moments of conducting the tests, Urtum came across a very particularly interesting discovery, but needed to take in a second opinion to confirm his findings. He turned towards the once again sleeping medical officer and poked him, attempting to wake him up, but seeing as lifting his arm last time didn't help it came as no surprise that it didn't stir the man. As far as Urtum knew, this officer was the only medically knowledgeable member aboard, so he was going to have to be the one to confirm his findings.
Letting out a small sigh, Urtum used all of his strength to push Baukus off the table, hopping to impact with the floor would wake him up, and without hesitating began to talk about the results of his test, "Officer Baukus. Results from test. I think you will find it important. Tissue from arm sample matches with the human race. Not interesting part. Interesting part is that sample not rotting. Sample visually appears to be rotting, but cells are in an unending stasis. Not dying. Not living. Just existing. Almost like sample has stopped aging." He pointed towards the screen that displayed the readings and waited for Baukus' reply.