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July-September 2017| Vol 3| Issue 3

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Determining the electrical conductivity of rat cadaveric liver, spleen, and kidney to estimate early postmortem interval

Previous research has found that electrical conductivity (EC), an important index to predict meat freshness and shelf life, is very promising for estimating the late postmortem interval (PMI). However...


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Cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1-based human RNA quantification to enhance mRNA profiling in forensic biology

RNA analysis offers many potential applications in forensic science, and molecular identification of body fluids by analysis of cell-specific RNA markers represents a new technique for use in forensic...


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Depression in prison population: Demographic and clinical predictors

Studies have shown that mental illnesses are more common among the prison population than the general population. However, most studies in this environment had only looked at nonspecific psychiatric m...


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Prison types and inmates' psychosocial profiles: A comparison between medium and maximum security prison

Studies on the impacts the type of prison's environment had on the psychosocial well-being of their inmates were few. To contribute more study on this, the current study explored the psychosocial ...


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Association between the types of offence, demographic profile, and level of intoxication among substance abusing violent offenders in a Nigerian prison

The association between substance use and criminality can be deduced from the acknowledgment of the increase of what are commonly called drug-defined offences, and those offences committed while under...


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