The microscopic (optical and SEM) examination of putrefaction fluid deposits (PFD). Potential interest in forensic anthropology

@article{Charlier2008TheM,
  title={The microscopic (optical and SEM) examination of putrefaction fluid deposits (PFD). Potential interest in forensic anthropology},
  author={P. Charlier and Patrick M. Georges and Francis Bouchet and Isabelle Huynh-Charlier and Robert Carlier and Vincent Mazel and Pascale Richardin and L. Brun and Jo{\"e}l Blondiaux and Geoffroy Lorin de la Grandmaison},
  journal={Virchows Archiv},
  year={2008},
  volume={453},
  pages={377-386}
}
This article describes the potential interest in physical and forensic anthropology of the microscopic analysis of residues of putrefaction fluid, a calcified deposit frequently found associated with bone rests. Its sampling and analysis seem straightforward and relatively reproducible. Samples came from archeological material (Monterenzio Vecchia, an Etruscan necropolis from the north of Italy dated between the fifth and third century B.C.; body rests of Agnès Sorel, royal mistress died in… CONTINUE READING

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