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Investigation of choice for blood grouping in old blood. SIMPLIFIED PRELIMINARY BLOOD TESTING An Improved Technique and a Comparative Study of Methods* Morris Grodsky, Keith Wright, and Paul L. Kirk Paul L. Kirk, Professor of Biochemistry and Criminology, University of Cali-fornia, has undertaken a series of studies on blood tests. This is the first report on these studies. With the importance of, 20/02/2015В В· Blood is a common body fluid detected on pieces of evidence found at crime scenes, especially at scenes of violent crimes. Before DNA profiling can be performed, the presence of a potential biological stain, for example, blood, needs to be visually detected. White light and the visible eye or a lowвЂђpower microscope can be used for a standard.
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