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- Cardoso, Hugo F.V.; Marinho, Luísa; Albanese, John
- Forensic science international 2016 v.258 pp. 55-63
- medicine; males; regression analysis; necropsy; forensic sciences; descriptive statistics; adults; Portugal
- ... The use of cadaver length and forensic stature as a proxy for living standing height has not been scrutinized in detail. In this paper we present a brief review of the current knowledge on the relationship between cadaver, living and forensic stature; assess the magnitude and nature of the differences between these three measures of stature; and investigate the potential impact of these difference ...
- Pérez-Martínez, Cristina; Prieto-Bonete, Gemma; Pérez-Cárceles, María D.; Luna, Aurelio
- Forensic science international 2016 v.258 pp. 68-73
- biomarkers; bones; cement; females; forensic sciences; high performance liquid chromatography; males; niches; pathogens; pathological processes and conditions; proteins; Spain
- ... Forensic pathology often uses osteobiography, which involves biological profiles based on a determination of the age, sex, constitution, pathological states and other anomalies (paleopathology) of subjects for identification purposes. In this paper, proteins were analysed in bone remains. A total of 45 long bones from 45 different cadavers (29 males, 16 females) with a mean age of 66.31 years (S.D ...