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Serology Blood Typing ABO Blood Typing
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Serology Presumptive vs. Confirmatory Testing Blood: TMB : Tetramethylbenzidine + H2O2 -> blue/green HemaTrace LMG Luminol BlueStar
Serology Gatekeeper of DNA analysis Extraction Quantification Amplification Capillary Electrophoresis Data Analysis
Amplification PCR = Polymerase Chain Reaction 1.Denature 2.Anneal 3.Extend
Data Analysis Single Source:
Data Analysis Mixture:
Hair Cuticle Scales Cortex Medulla
Hair Stages of hair growth: 1.Anagen 2.Catagen 3.Telogen
Fingerprint Analysis Collecting prints: Porous surfaces (anything that can absorb): Ninhydrin : causes purple reaction DFO : glows when illuminated by light Nonporous surfaces (things that don’t absorb): Powder (black and fluorescent) Pictures Cyanoacrylate (superglue fuming)
Example 1.Look at unknown 1.Shape 2.Minutia 2.Compare
Blood Spatter Analysis Methods: -Angle of Impact -Direction of Travel -Stringing
Blood Spatter Analysis
Glass Analysis -Concentric Cracks -Radial Fractures Which came first? A or B?
Serology. Objectives You will be able to: Determine whether a stain is blood. Determine whether a bloodstain is human or animal blood. Determine the blood.
Identification and Characterization of Blood and Bloodstains.
Forensic Science T. Trimpe 2007
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14-1 PRENTICE HALL ©2008 Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle River, NJ FORENSIC SCIENCE An Introduction By Richard Saferstein FINGERPRINTS Chapter.
Forensic Science: An Introduction Blood and DNA. Blood Components Formed Elements (cells) – 45% –Erythrocytes - Red Blood Cells carry oxygen –Leukocytes.
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8-1 PRENTICE HALL ©2008 Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle River, NJ FORENSIC SCIENCE An Introduction By Richard Saferstein FORENSIC SEROLOGY Chapter.
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Let the evidence speak for itself. Presentation developed by T. Trimpe 2006
DNA Forensics DNA Forensics Lab – background I.DNA A. Human genome contains 3 billion base pairs B. Human DNA is about 99.9% the same C. The differences.
Evidence Chapters 3 & 8. Types of Evidence 2 types exist Testimonial Physical.
Forensics Lin Wozniewski Disclaimer This presentation was prepared using draft rules. There may be some changes in the final copy of the.
Types of Evidence. 2 Classification of Evidence Testimonial evidence is a statement made under oath; also known as direct evidence or prima facie evidence.
AP Biology More Basic Biotechnology Tools Sorting & Copying DNA.
Spatter vs splatter Splatter: random, unorganized Spatter: Not random, affect by gravity, predictable Blood stain Pattern: The pattern of a stain and.
Dave Palmer Ph.D. Bio-Rad Tech Support Fundamentals of Real-Time PCR David A. Palmer, Ph.D. Technical Support, Bio-Rad Laboratories.
#1 Task Determine if there is physical evidence that connects the suspect to the crime.Determine if there is physical evidence that connects the suspect.
Forensic Science. Copyright © Texas Education Agency All rights reserved. Images and other multimedia content used with permission. Copyright and.
The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR). The problem! Maisy the research meerkat is pregnant, but whos the daddy? How can we find out?
Unit-IV GENETIC ENGINEERING Introduction to Genetic Engineering.
DNA Fingerprinting Class instructions. In this lesson your students will learn DNA fingerprinting uses STR repeats STRs are repeats of short sequences.
Amanda Barrera Biology Honors Period 1 DNA Sequencing is the process of determining the order of base pairs in a section of DNA.
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