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Genetic identification of degraded biological samples can be a challenge as a consequence of the presence of low template DNA and a high content of PCR inhibitors. The aim of this work was to determine the best combination of extraction protocols and amplification kits to obtain the maximum...
An essential starting point when using molecular methods to identify bacterial biosecurity agents is an efficient extraction procedure that can extract DNA from Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, lyse bacteria and remove inhibitors. ChargeSwitch gDNA mini bacteria kit (Invitrogen), QIAamp...
The microscopic characteristics of downy barbules of feathers can assist with species identification in forensic investigations, particularly when only minute fragments remain. Using light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM), we characterised the feather morphology of 62...
Metacarpal V fractures, especially metacarpal neck fractures, are known to the forensic society as a ‘boxer’s fracture’ and are described as being mostly caused by punching an immovable or firm object with force with a closed fist. To our knowledge there is no larger study that examines these...
After a traffic accident, a diagram of the scene needs to be prepared as evidence in on-scene investigation. However, traditional methods to measure and map have their own defects. The aim of this study is the development of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)-based mapping system to acquire scene...
The rapid growth in usage and application of Social Networking (SN) platforms make them a potential target by cyber criminals to conduct malicious activities such as identity theft, piracy, illegal trading, sexual harassment, cyber stalking and cyber terrorism. Many SN platforms are extending...
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