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- Pérez-Martínez, Cristina, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Forensic science international 2017 v.281 pp. 106-112
- DNA; adenine; bones; cement; collagen; cytosine; death; discriminant analysis; females; forensic sciences; guanine; humans; hypoxanthine; males; medicine; niches; peptides; postmortem changes; regression analysis; thymine; xanthine; Spain
- ... Estimating the postmortem interval (PMI) is an important goal in forensic medicine and continues to be one of the most difficult tasks of the forensic investigator. Few accurate methods exist to determine the time since death of skeletonized human remains due to the great number of intrinsic and external factors that may alter the normal course of postmortem change. The purpose of this research wa ...
- Pérez-Martínez, Cristina, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- 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 ...