- The Impact of Advances in Post-Mortem Imaging on Forensic Practice
- Polymeric Nano-Fibers and Modified Nano-Fibers Assembly in 3D Network for Different Potential Applications
- Unexplained severe lactic acidosis in emergency medicine
- Heart Rate Variability and Occupational Stress: Future Directions
- Development of a Stability Indicating UPLC-MS/MS Method for Rapid and Reliable Determination of Fenofibrate in Marketed Product (Lypanthyl® 200M) and Human Plasma
- The Infanticide: Some Forensic and Ethical Issues
- Vocational Decision-Making and Rehabilitation Following Paediatric Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury: An Illustrative Case Study Analysis
- The End of the Golden Age of Antibiotics?
- Toxicological Screening and Quantitation Using Liquid Chromatography/Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
- Liposphere: A Versatile Controlled Release Carrier for Hydrophobic Drugs
The search for body fluids often forms a crucial element of many forensic investigations. Confirming fluid presence at a scene can not only support or refute the circumstantial claims of a victim, suspect or witness, but may additionally provide a valuable source of DNA for further identification purposes.
Exact identification of an insect sample is usually the first essential step in a forensic entomological analysis. However, the morphological similarity of beetles in the level of species usually poses a challenge for forensic scientists within their routine work.
Estimation of age from microscopic examination of human bone utilizes bone remodeling. This allows regression equation to be determined in a specific population based on the variation in osteon turnover in different population.
Bank of England notes of £20 denomination have been studied using infrared spectroscopy in order to generate a method to identify forged notes.
This investigation was to assess the suitability of testing oral fluid as a biomarker for the presence of 4 benzodiazepines in blood and its possible application in clinical settings and in research on drug use.
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