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Forensic Science International

Print ISSN
0379-0738
Electronic ISSN
1872-6283
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1.821
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Sciencedirect
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03790738
Usage rank
672
Article count
5993
Free count
4
Free percentage
0.000667445
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  1. Evaluation of a homogenous enzyme immunoassay for the detection of synthetic cannabinoids in urine.

    Forensic Science International 241:27 (2014) PMID 24845968

    We evaluated performance of the immunalysis homogeneous enzyme immunoassay (HEIA) to sensitively, selectively, and rapidly identify urinary synthetic cannabinoids. 2443 authentic urine samples were analyzed with the HEIA that targets JWH-018 N-pentanoic acid, and a validated LC-MS/MS method for 29 s...
  2. Effects of methamphetamine and its primary human metabolite, p-hydroxymethamphetamine, on the development of the Australian blowfly Callipho...

    Forensic Science International 241:102 (2014) PMID 24905152

    The larvae of necrophagous fly species are used as forensic tools for the determination of the minimum postmortem interval (PMI). However, any ingested drugs in corpses may affect larval development, thus leading to incorrect estimates of the period of infestation. This study investigated the effect...
  3. Three-dimensional computer-assisted craniometrics: a comparison of the uncertainty in measurement induced by surface reconstruction performe...

    Forensic Science International 219(1-3):221 (2012) PMID 22297143

    Digital investigation of anthropological material through computed tomography (CT) offers several new opportunities in morphometrics. However, an object measured with computer-assisted methods does not necessarily exactly match the original one. The scanning and surface reconstruction of the object i...
  4. Quantitative analysis of methamphetamine in hair of children removed from clandestine laboratories--evidence of passive exposure?

    Forensic Science International 219(1-3):179 (2012) PMID 22300795

    In New Zealand many children have been removed from clandestine laboratories following Police intervention. In the last few years it has become standard procedure that these children have hair samples taken and these samples are submitted to the laboratory for analysis. There are various mechanisms f...
  5. Measurement of airborne gunshot particles in a ballistics laboratory by sector field inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry.

    Forensic Science International 214(1-3):44 (2012) PMID 21831549

    The present study aimed determines lead (Pb), antimony (Sb) and barium (Ba) as the major elements present in GSR in the environmental air of the Ballistics Laboratory of the São Paulo Criminalistics Institute (I.C.-S.P.), São Paulo, SP, Brazil. Micro environmental monitors (mini samplers) were loca...
  6. Quantitation using GC-TOF-MS: example of bromazepam.

    Forensic Science International 128(1-2):84 (2002) PMID 12208027

    Time-of-flight mass spectrometry (TOF-MS) offers new perspectives for forensic toxicology. Qualitative and quantitative analyses of a mixture of three selected benzodiazepines (diazepam, nordazepam and bromazepam) were used to compare gas chromatography (GC-TOF-MS, quadrupole GC-MS, GC-ECD) and liqu...
  7. Collective poisoning with hallucinogenous herbal tea.

    Forensic Science International 128(1-2):50 (2002) PMID 12208022

    An incident wherein more than 30 people were poisoned with a herbal infusion during a meditation session is described. The clinical features observed were hallucinations, aggression, agitation, amnesia, mydriasis, dry skin, tachycardia, hyperthermia, hypotension, collapse, coma and respiratory depre...
  8. Characterisation of 0.22 caliber rimfire gunshot residues by time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (TOF-SIMS): a preliminary study.

    Forensic Science International 119(1):72 (2001) PMID 11348796

    The application of time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (TOF-SIMS) for the characterisation of gunshot residue (GSR) from 0.22 caliber rimfire ammunition is reported. Results obtained by TOF-SIMS were compared with conventional scanning electron microscopy (SEM) studies. As could be expect...
  9. Image analysis of gunshot residue on entry wounds. I--The technique and preliminary study.

    Forensic Science International 100(3):163 (1999) PMID 10423844

    An automated image analysis (IA) technique has been developed to obtain a measure of the amount (i.e. number and area) of gunshot residue (GSR) particles within and around a gunshot wound. Sample preparation and IA procedures were standardised to improve the reproducibility of the IA measurements of...
  10. Allelic frequency distribution for three VNTR markers--D6S132, D7S467, D17S26--in Rio de Janeiro population, Brazil.

    Forensic Science International 94(1-2):33 (1998) PMID 9670481

    A sample population of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was tested for D6S132, D7S467, and D17S26 VNTR loci to determine the fixed-bin frequencies of alleles. RFLP analysis was obtained by HaeIII-digested genomic DNA. The three VNTR loci meet Hardy-Weinberg expectations, and there is no evidence for associat...