Renal myoglobin in drug addicts: occurrence and significance in a postmortem study.

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In a 3-year period (1989-1991) a non-selected, consecutive series of 62 deaths in drug addicts was autopsied at the Forensic Institute in Odense. The kidney sections from these addicts were examined for the presence of renal myoglobin using immunohistochemical methods. A reference group consisting of a non-selected, non-consecutive series of 58 autopsied… (More)

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@article{Kock1994RenalMI, title={Renal myoglobin in drug addicts: occurrence and significance in a postmortem study.}, author={K. F. Kock and Kirsten Wiese Simonsen}, journal={Forensic science international}, year={1994}, volume={65 2}, pages={113-9} }