July-September 2022| Vol 8| Issue 3
Forensic identification of four Indian snake species using single multiplex polymerase chain reaction
Among different endangered animal species, snakes are the most neglected creature looked at with apathy and therefore, are ruthlessly killed, illegally trafficked, and poached for their venom, lucra...
Sex identification using fingerprint white line counts in a sample of adult Egyptians and Malaysians
Background: Fingerprints are unique, persistent, and left on every object touched by bare hands. It can be used as a rapid and inexpensive method for identification. This study focuses on fin...
Distinctive bullet impact holes by 9-mm caliber projectile on sheet metal surfaces
Introduction: A comprehensive scene reconstruction requires forensic investigators to examine the impact marks left on various surfaces to identify whether a projectile produces a specific ho...
Y-STR Kits and Y-STR diversity in the South African population: A review
The South African population consists of four ethnic groups, i.e., Blacks, Coloreds, Indians, and Whites, and is considered the most diverse conglomeration of humans. In addition to autosomal short ...
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Differentiating postmortem claw marks by the Asian water monitor (kabaragoya) from antemortem sharp weapon trauma based on the injury pattern
The Asian water monitor (Varanus salvator) or kabaragoya is the predominant large animal scavenger of human remains in Sri Lanka; however, its significance is rarely discussed in the forensic...
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