(Received 2 January 1975; accepted 15 January 1975)
Published Online: 1975
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The ninhydrin method of latent fingerprint development is useful, reliable, and widely accepted [1–3]. This method chemically visualizes protein and amino acid materials, which have been deposited by the friction ridges of the skin, to form a nonvolatile, rather permanent impression.
Chemist-Toxicologist, Vermont State Police Laboratory, Montpelier, Vt.
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