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  • Tears and Eyewear in Forensic Investigation-A Review. [Journal Article]
    Forensic Sci Int. 2020 Jan; 306:110055.Aparna R, Shanti Iyer R
  • Body fluid analysis has played a crucial role in ascertaining various characteristics and has greatly aided in reconstructing events during crime scene investigation. It is often presumed that crimes that involve violence and mental disturbances such as murder or sexual assault provide good sources of body fluids such as blood, saliva, semen, vaginal secretions, urine and tears. Tears are secrete…
  • Optograms and criminology: science, news reporting, and fanciful novels. [Historical Article]
    Prog Brain Res. 2013; 205:55-84.Lanska DJ
  • A persistent nineteenth-century urban legend was the notion that photograph-like images of the last-seen object or person would be preserved in the eyes of the dead. This popular notion followed technological developments (the daguerreotype and ophthalmoscope) that antedated by decades a basic understanding of retinal physiology. From 1876 to 1877, Boll described photochemical bleaching of the re…
  • Cell culture procedure and the optometric method to study cells in vitro. [Journal Article]
    Roum Arch Microbiol Immunol. 1999 Apr-Jul; 58(2):147-55.Hanu N, Răchită M
  • The cells are cultivated using an original licensed procedure named "homogeneous sets". This consists of cell growth in monolayer using as holder several plates specially designed to enable the study both by use of the optometric method we elaborated and by classical techniques (microscopy). Using the suggested method, a stress can be induced under control. Stress induction is undertaken through …
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