Webinar: Identifying Biological Stains Using Comparative Proteomics

Current serological techniques have limitations when used for some bodily fluids. Comparative proteomics can identify key forensic biological marker proteins in three steps using technology available in most crime laboratories.

An on-demand presentation, available from the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence, discusses the development and validation of a rapid multiplex assay for the identification of biological stains using comparative proteomics to address the limitations of serological techniques.

 
 
 
 
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