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(Forensic Sci Int[TA])
9,286 results
  • Triple quadrupole-mass spectrometry protocols for the analysis of NBOMes and NBOHs in blotter papers. [Journal Article]
    Forensic Sci Int 2020; 309:110184Rodrigues de Morais D, Francisco da Cunha K, … Costa JL
  • NBOMe and NBOH are new psychoactive substances with potent activity on serotonin 5-HT2a receptors causing serious toxic effects, including serotonin toxidrome and death. The aim of this work was to develop a comprehensive MS/MS protocol, using triple quadrupole mass spectrometers coupled to LC and GC, for rapid screening and quantitation of NBOMes and NBOHs in seized blotter papers. Different sca…
  • A guided manual method for juvenile age progression using digital images. [Journal Article]
    Forensic Sci Int 2020; 308:110170Liu CYJ, Wilkinson C
  • Predicting the possible age-related changes to a child's face, age progression methods modify the shape, colour and texture of a facial image while retaining the identity of the individual. However, the techniques vary between different practitioners. This study combines different age progression techniques for juvenile subjects, various researches based on longitudinal radiographic data; physica…
  • Effect of high temperatures on teeth fixed with an orthodontic bracket. An in vitro study. [Journal Article]
    Forensic Sci Int 2020; 308:110182González-Colmenares G, Calvo-Díaz L, … Moreno-Gómez F
  • In cases of incineration, where the identification of victims by conventional methods is impossible, teeth and dental materials become an available source of evidence - thanks to their ability to resist high temperatures. Currently, there is no experimental research to determine the behavior of the bracket and the dental structure when it is attached to the tooth after being exposed to high tempe…
  • Deconvolution of dust mixtures. [Journal Article]
    Forensic Sci Int 2020; 308:110144Ausdemore MA, Neumann C
  • While most evidence types considered by forensic scientists result from the interactions between criminals, objects or victims at crime scenes, dust evidence arises from the mere presence of individuals and objects at locations of interest. Dust is ubiquitous. Yet, the use of dust evidence is anecdotical and is limited to cases where rare and characteristic particles are observed. The dust at any…
  • Comparison of three similarity scores for bullet LEA matching. [Journal Article]
    Forensic Sci Int 2020; 308:110167Vanderplas S, Nally M, … Hofmann H
  • Recent advances in microscopy have made it possible to collect 3D topographic data, enabling more precise virtual comparisons based on the collected 3D data as a supplement to traditional comparison microscopy and 2D photography. Automatic comparison algorithms have been introduced for various scenarios, such as matching cartridge cases [1,2] or matching bullet striae [3-5]. One key aspect of val…
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