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Organic proof Forensic Biology: A Subdiscipline of Forensic technological know-how resources of DNA facts Crime Scene research and Laboratory research of organic proof crucial SEROLOGY Serology innovations Serology strategies FORENSIC SEROLOGY identity of Blood Species identity id of Semen identity of Saliva and different organic Fluids Blood workforce Typing and Protein Profiling BASIC Read more...


Highlights the foundations, equipment, and methods utilized in forensic serologic and forensic DNA research with illustrations. This e-book addresses the id of organic fluids, including Read more...

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