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Latent Fingerprint on Human Skin: A Silent Diagnosis

@inproceedings{Upadhyay2019LatentFO,
  title={Latent Fingerprint on Human Skin: A Silent Diagnosis},
  author={Upadhyay},
  year={2019}
}
Also, there is impact of location on the latent fingerprint development as porous surfaces (Human skin, paper, fabric, unfinished wood, etc.) are more difficult as compared to nonporous surfaces (Glass, plastic, finished wood etc.). In the past, powder dusting, ninhydrin dipping, iodine fuming and silver nitrate soaking were the most commonly used techniques for latent print development. These traditional techniques are quite effective for many surfaces. However, these traditional methods for… 

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