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  • Rabi Ann Musah, Edgard O. Espinoza, +5 authors Falko P Drijfhout
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Scientific reports
  • 2015 (First Published: 1 September 2015)
  • A high throughput method for species identification and classification through chemometric processing of direct analysis in real time (DART) mass spectrometry-derived fingerprint signatures has beenContinue Reading
  • J B Butcher, Hannah E. Moore, Charles R. Day, Craig D. Adam, Falko P Drijfhout
  • Medicine
  • Forensic science international
  • 2013 (First Published: 1 October 2013)
  • In analytical chemistry large datasets are collected using a variety of instruments for multiple tasks, where manual analysis can be time-consuming. Ideally, it is desirable to automate this processContinue Reading
  • Hannah E. Moore, John B. Butcher, Craig D. Adam, Charles R. Day, Falko P Drijfhout
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Forensic science international
  • 2016 (First Published: 1 November 2016)
  • Cuticular hydrocarbons were extracted daily from the larvae of two closely related blowflies Calliphora vicina and Calliphora vomitoria (Diptera: Calliphoridae). The hydrocarbons were then analysedContinue Reading
  • Hannah E. Moore, John B. Butcher, Charles R. Day, Falko P Drijfhout
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Forensic science international
  • 2017 (First Published: 1 November 2017)
  • Blowflies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) are forensically important as they are known to be one of the first to colonise human remains. The larval stage is typically used to assist a forensic entomologistsContinue Reading
  • Hannah E. Moore, Jennifer L Pechal, Mark Eric Benbow, Falko P Drijfhout
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Scientific Reports
  • 2017 (First Published: 1 December 2017)
  • Cuticular hydrocarbons (CHC) have been successfully used in the field of forensic entomology for identifying and ageing forensically important blowfly species, primarily in the larval stages. HoweverContinue Reading