(Received 19 December 1990; accepted 4 February 1991)
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The effects of luminol upon additional presumptive chemical tests, subsequent confirmatory blood tests, species determination by immunoelectrophoresis, ABO typing by absorption elution, and genetic marker analysis by multienzyme system electrophoresis were examined. Results indicate that luminol does not affect additional presumptive chemical tests, confirmatory tests, species determination, or ABO typing, but does affect certain genetic marker systems.
Forensic scientist, Office of the Attorney General, Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation, Richfield, OH
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