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Establishing geographical location is a crucial aspect of forensic sciences, distinguishing between primary and secondary crime scenes, linking an individual to a crime scene, or detecting sources of disease. Microorganisms can be used as geolocation indicators since microbial communities vary...
Forensic examinations can assist in crimes such as stabbings and shootings. The investigation of ballistic and edged weapon penetration events often requires a substrate to replicate the effects of human tissue and skin. Textile damage examinations can test weapons to determine whether they...
This preliminary research aimed to determine if a forensically useful human DNA profile could be obtained from latent blood past the point at which the blood could be visualized with luminol. Five participants with differing physical characteristics created shoeprints from fresh human blood over...
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