Naming the Dead - Confronting the Realities of Rapid Identification of Degraded Skeletal Remains.

@article{Edson2004NamingTD,
  title={Naming the Dead - Confronting the Realities of Rapid Identification of Degraded Skeletal Remains.},
  author={Suni M. Edson and J P Ross and Michael D. Coble and T. J. Parsons and Suzanne M Barritt},
  journal={Forensic science review},
  year={2004},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={63-90}
}
The Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory (AFDIL) is one of the leading laboratories in the world for the processing of degraded skeletal remains. Extended efforts have been made to develop protocols and standards that will hold up to the intense scrutiny of both the scientific world and the U.S. legal system. Presented in this paper are the specifics of the in-house systems and procedures that have allowed AFDIL to streamline the processing of degraded skeletal remains and family… CONTINUE READING
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