forensics

Comparing different post-mortem human samples as DNA sources for downstream genotyping and identification

Calacal G.C., Apaga D.T., Salvador J.M, Jimenez J.D., et.al.

Abstract

The capability of DNA laboratories to perform genotyping procedures from post mortem remains, including those that had undergone putrefaction, continues to be a challenge in the Philippines, a country characterized by very humid and warm conditions all year round.