The effects of skeletal preparation techniques on DNA from human and non-human bone.

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The forensic pathologist increasingly relies on the forensic anthropologist to be the consulting expert in human identification. Likewise, if identification is not possible from visual inspection of skeletal remains, the forensic biologist may be called upon to conduct DNA analysis. The possibility of downstream DNA testing needs to be considered when… (More)

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@article{Rennick2005TheEO, title={The effects of skeletal preparation techniques on DNA from human and non-human bone.}, author={Stephanie L Rennick and Todd W Fenton and David R. Foran}, journal={Journal of forensic sciences}, year={2005}, volume={50 5}, pages={1016-9} }