Saliva : An Expert

@inproceedings{Witness2015SalivaA,
  title={Saliva : An Expert},
  author={Witness},
  year={2015}
}
  • Witness
  • Published 2015
The recent advances in molecular biology have revolutionized all aspects of medical fields.DNA, the language of life yields information beyond our imagination, both in health or disease. DNA is an excellent means for identification of unidentified human remains. It is frequently used to acquire information from biological material to aid investigations associated with criminal offences, disaster victim identification and missing persons. The technical advances in molecular biology have… CONTINUE READING

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