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NCJ Number: 30520 Find in a Library
Title: DETERMINATION OF RED CELL ISO-ENZYME PHENOTYPES FROM BLOOD STAINS
Journal: ACTA CRIMINOLOGIAE ET MEDICINAE LEGALIS JAPONICA  Volume:41  Issue:3  Dated:(JUNE 1975)  Pages:1-7
Author(s): T FUKAE; T IMAI; I OHYA; H SUYAMA
Corporate Author: Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Japanese Assoc of Criminology
Japan
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 7
Sponsoring Agency: Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Tokyo 113, Japan
Format: Article
Language: Japanese
Country: Japan
Annotation: EXPERIMENTS ON THE USE OF ERYTHROCYTE ENZYME POLYMORPHISM AS A MEANS OF PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION IN CASES OF CRIMES AND DISPUTED PATERNITY.
Abstract: DATA IS PROVIDED ON THE DETECTABILITY OF DIFFERENT RED-CELL ISO-ENZYME PHENOTYPES OVER TIME. --IN JAPANESE. SUMMARY IN ENGLISH
Index Term(s): Blood/body fluid analysis; Japan; Suspect identification; Victim identification
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