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1.

Implications of trombiculid mite bites: report of a case and submission of evidence in a murder trial.

Prichard JG, Kossoris PD, Leibovitch RA, Robertson LD, Lovell FW.

J Forensic Sci. 1986 Jan;31(1):301-6.

PMID:
3944571
2.

Unusual three-dimensional bite mark evidence in a homicide case.

Vale GL, Sognnaes RF, Felando GN, Noguchi TT.

J Forensic Sci. 1976 Jul;21(3):642-52.

PMID:
956753
3.

Bite mark evidence: a case report using accepted and new techniques.

Glass RT, Andrews EE, Jones K 3rd.

J Forensic Sci. 1980 Jul;25(3):638-45.

PMID:
7400771
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Avian mite bites acquired from a new source--pet gerbils: report of 2 cases and review of the literature.

Lucky AW, Sayers C, Argus JD, Lucky A.

Arch Dermatol. 2001 Feb;137(2):167-70. Review.

PMID:
11176688
7.

Two bite marks on assailant. Primary link to homicide conviction.

Irons F, Steuterman MC, Brinkhous W.

Am J Forensic Med Pathol. 1983 Jun;4(2):177-80.

PMID:
6859006
8.

[Examinations for the proof of detailed marks of bites].

Kijewski H, Berg S, Forbrig F.

Arch Kriminol. 1980 Mar-Apr;165(3-4):93-106. German. No abstract available.

PMID:
7387329
9.

Heavy mineral studies as evidence in a murder case in outback Australia.

Smale D, Trueman NA.

J Forensic Sci Soc. 1969 Dec;9(3):123-8. No abstract available.

PMID:
5383488
10.

The forensic science use of reflective ultraviolet photography.

Krauss TC, Warlen SC.

J Forensic Sci. 1985 Jan;30(1):262-8.

PMID:
3981118
11.

Guilty by his fibers: suspect confession versus textile fibers reconstructed simulation.

Suzuki S, Higashikawa Y, Sugita R, Suzuki Y.

Forensic Sci Int. 2009 Aug 10;189(1-3):e27-32. doi: 10.1016/j.forsciint.2009.03.035. Epub 2009 May 2.

PMID:
19411148
12.

A new member of the trombiculid mite family Neotrombicula nagayoi (Acari: Trombiculidae) induces human dermatitis.

Takahashi M, Misumi H, Urakami H, Saito T, Misumi M, Matsumoto I, Suzuki H.

Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health. 2004 Mar;35(1):113-8.

PMID:
15272753
13.

Identification of serial homicide victims in the "Green River Murder" investigation.

Haglund WD, Reay DT, Snow CC.

J Forensic Sci. 1987 Nov;32(6):1666-75.

PMID:
3430135
14.

Anatomical distribution of human bite marks in a series of 67 cases.

Vale GL, Noguchi TT.

J Forensic Sci. 1983 Jan;28(1):61-9.

PMID:
6680751
15.

[Role of forensic medical expertise in the investigation of homicide cases involving destruction of the corpse].

Putintsev AV, Tel'tsov AP, Kitaev NN.

Sud Med Ekspert. 1993 Jan-Mar;36(1):3-5. Russian.

PMID:
8036633
16.

[New method for the identification of bite injuries in murder or assault].

Furness J.

Zahntechnik (Berl). 1970 Jan-Feb;28(1):50-1. German. No abstract available.

PMID:
5265646
17.

A forensic investigation of teeth marks in soap.

Corbett ME, Spence D.

Br Dent J. 1984 Oct 20;157(8):270-1. No abstract available.

PMID:
6594150
18.

Frequency of serial sexual homicide victimization in Virginia for a ten-year period.

McNamara JJ, Morton RJ.

J Forensic Sci. 2004 May;49(3):529-33. Erratum in: J Forensic Sci. 2004 Sep;49(5):1148.

PMID:
15171171
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A puzzle of skeletal remains: how forensic science and medicine succeeded in unravelling a complex and controversial murder case.

Kashyap VK, Kulasekharan AR, Pillay VV, Patnaik VP.

Med Sci Law. 1990 Oct;30(4):321-8.

PMID:
2263177
20.

There is a time to speak.

Brownlie AR.

J Forensic Sci Soc. 1972 Apr;12(2):335-7. No abstract available.

PMID:
5070851
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