Volume 23, Issue 2 (April 1978)

    A Comparison of Absorption-Inhibition and Absorption-Elution Methods in the Detection of ABO(H) Antigens Found in Vaginal Samples Submitted in Sexual Offense Cases

    (Received 24 June 1977; accepted 19 September 1977)

    Published Online: April

    CODEN: JFSOAD

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    Abstract

    Absorption-inhibition is a well-established method for the identification of ABO(H) antigens in human body fluids submitted as evidence in sexual offense cases. Absorption-elution has been proposed [1] as an alternative method to inhibition for typing this material. Absorption-elution has several potential advantages over absorption-inhibition, including sensitivity and widespread use.


    Author Information:

    Fitzpatrick, FA
    Criminalists, Orange County Sheriff-Coroner, Laboratory of Criminalistics, Santa Ana, Calif.

    White, JM
    Criminalists, Orange County Sheriff-Coroner, Laboratory of Criminalistics, Santa Ana, Calif.

    Kuo, MC
    Criminalists, Orange County Sheriff-Coroner, Laboratory of Criminalistics, Santa Ana, Calif.

    Graves, MH
    Criminalists, Orange County Sheriff-Coroner, Laboratory of Criminalistics, Santa Ana, Calif.


    Stock #: JFS10766J

    ISSN: 0022-1198

    DOI: 10.1520/JFS10766J

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    Title A Comparison of Absorption-Inhibition and Absorption-Elution Methods in the Detection of ABO(H) Antigens Found in Vaginal Samples Submitted in Sexual Offense Cases
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    Committee E30