- The Flesh Fly Sarcophaga (Liopygia) crassipalpis Macquart 1839 as an Invader of a Corpse in Calabria (Southern Italy)
- Quantitative Analysis of 30 Drugs in Whole Blood by SPE and UHPLC-TOFMS
- Improvement in Latent Fingermark Detection on Thermal Paper using 5,6-Dimethoxy-1,2-indandione/PVP
- Legal Medical Age Estimation in Portuguese Adult Cadavers: Evaluation of the Accuracy of Forensic Dental Invasive and Non-Invasive Methods
- Law & Psychiatry in India: An Overview
- The Impact of Advances in Post-Mortem Imaging on Forensic Practice
- The Fatal Alcoholic Ketoacidosis as a Dilemma in the Differential Diagnosis in Unexpected Deaths
- Identification of Designer Drugs using Gas Chromatography High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry and a Soft-Ionization Source
- NMR Assignment of N-(1-adamantyl)-1-pentyl-1H-indazole-3-carboxamide Seized as Herbal Incense for the First Time in Italy
- A Reintegration Program for Elderly Prisoners Reduces Reoffending
MicroRNAs (miRNAs, 18-25 bases in length) are small, non-coding RNAs that regulate gene expression at the post-transcriptional level. The small size makes them more stable than conventional mRNA as a biomarker identifying body fluids in degraded or compromised samples.
β-hydroxybutyrate concentrations were determined in blood and synovial fluid in a series of medico-legal cases including hypothermia fatalities, individuals found dead in a cold environment and non-hypothermia cases with various, non-traumatic causes of death.
An update is provided of the literature on the role of odontology in human identification, based on a PubMed-Medline search of the last 5 years and using the terms: \"forensic dentistry\" (n = 464 articles), \"forensic odontology\" (n = 141 articles) and \"forensic dentistry identification\" (n = 169 articles).
Mephedrone (4-methylmethcathinone) is a designer drug of the phenethylamine family that is able to cause central nervous system stimulation, psychoactivity and hallucinations and that is becoming popular among youth as a recreational drug
Dogs and coyotes are the most frequently reported canids responsible for scavenging human remains. We present the case of a 90-year-old woman whose mummified body was found in her home showing partial destruction of the thorax and extremities and absence of the cranium.
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