(Received 17 October 1981; accepted 24 March 1982)
Published Online: 1982
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Latent fingerprints on skin can be developed by dusting them with fluorescent powders or evaporative staining with fluorescent dyes, followed by laser examination. On dead skin, latent fingerprints could be developed by evaporative staining over time spans up to two days after deposition.
Director, Center for Forensic Studies, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
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