Examination of postmortem animal interference to human remains using cross-species multiplex PCR

@article{Schulz2006ExaminationOP,
  title={Examination of postmortem animal interference to human remains using cross-species multiplex PCR},
  author={Iris Schulz and Peter M Schneider and K. Olek and Markus Alexander Rothschild and Michael Tsokos},
  journal={Forensic Science, Medicine, and Pathology},
  year={2006},
  volume={2},
  pages={95-101}
}
Postmortem animal interference may be confused at first sight with injuries of vital origin, thus arousing suspicion of external violence preceding death. A reliable classification of the origin of such doubtful injuries is of crucial importance, a fact that is especially true for the investigation of suspected homicide and/or mammade body mutilation after death. In forensic pathology, the identification of injuries as caused by animals postmortem and the classification of a particular species… CONTINUE READING

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