K. E. Everse

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Lyophilized Sigma Type III trypsin has been applied to latent prints two weeks to two months old. This trypsin preparation eliminates the background problems that had been encountered with old prints in a previous study. Zinc chloride treatment of latent prints previously exposed to ninhydrin enhances their detectability upon laser examination. However, it(More)
Some time ago Schultz and his colleagues (Schultz et al., 1972; 1976) demonstrated that myeloperoxidase, when injected daily into tumour-bearing mice in conjunction with thio-TEPA, causes a significant decrease in the rate of tumour growth. Neither myeloperoxidase nor thio-TEPA alone appeared to be effective, and retardation in tumour growth was only(More)
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