(Received 21 August 1985; accepted 4 February 1986)
Published Online: October
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A procedure for the multisystem analysis of bloodstains using the simultaneous separation of the enzymes glyoxalase I, esterase D, and phosphoglucomutase has been developed. The amount of bloodstain required has therefore been reduced threefold without any loss in resolution and sensitivity. Bloodstains at least seven weeks old have been correctly phenotyped in all three systems.
Director, Serological Research Institute, Emeryville, CA
Serology coordinator, Training and Applications Laboratory, Bureau of Forensic Sciences, Illinois Department of State Police, Joliet, IL
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