Studies by crossed electroimmunodiffusion on the individuality and sexual orgin of bloodstains.


Crossed electroimmunodiffusion (CEID) was evaluated as a means for individualizing human blood stains by studying variations within and among individuals in 22 serum antigens in ten subjects over a four-month period. The extent of variation within an individual was determined by making CEID runs on blood stains obtained on ten different occasions and… (More)


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