Volume 24, Issue 3 (July 1979)
A Review of Paternity Testing
This book consists of an introduction and six monographs that were presented in a seminar at the annual meeting of the American Association of Blood Banks in November 1978. It includes a logical series of topics concerning immunohematology as it relates to judicial concerns by some of the best recognized and respected workers in this area of the forensic sciences. Appropriately, this publication is dedicated by Dr. Sussman to the late Dr. Alexander Wiener. Both have been innovators in the field of the application of immunohematology to jurisprudence. The latter initiated paternity testing in the civil courts of the United States in the 1930s.