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Blood Grouping in a Sexual Assault Case: Criteria and Methodology for Genetic Marker Analysis
Illinois Department of Law Enforcement, Bureau of Scientific Services, Maywood Forensic Science Laboratory,
Illinois Department of Law Enforcement, Bureau of Scientific Services, Fairview Heights Forensic Science Laboratory,
(Received 14 June 1983; accepted 5 August 1983)
A sexual assault case was received in the laboratory. Upon examination, a small bloodstain was located on a bed sheet that was recovered from the defendant's motel room. Typing the whole blood samples from the defendant and the victim revealed that both blood samples exhibited identical phenotypes in eleven different genetic markers. Gm(1) and Gm(2) analysis was then performed on the two whole blood samples which provided discrimination between the two parties.
criminalistics, genetic typing, criminal sex offenses, Gm blood grouping, discrimination, profiling
Paper ID: JFS11721J
Title Blood Grouping in a Sexual Assault Case: Criteria and Methodology for Genetic Marker Analysis
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