#532 - Using DNA Analysis on Crime Scene Evidence

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#532 - Using DNA Analysis on Crime Scene Evidence

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Bodily fluids such as bloom, semen, and saliva, as well as hair and tissue, are frequently encountered as physical evidence in crimes of violence. These are critical in DNA analysis if identified and properly collected, packaged, and stored.

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