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Partial List of References
 
ABAcard® p30 for the Crime Scene Identification of Semen

  1. Benton, K.A.,  Donahue, J.A., Valadez, Jr. , M.   Analysis of the ABAcard®  p30 Test for  use in the forensic laboratory.
  2. Kuester, J.,  Rothenberg, D.,  Schwartz, E.,  Eustace, M., Adamo, R.  Validation of a commercial  p30 kit  (ABAcard®)  for forensic identification of semen.
  3. Carradine, C.C. Evaluation of  ABAcard® p30 test for the  identification of  Semen
  4. Kristaly, A., Smith, D.A.S. Validation of  ABAcard®  p30 test for the rapid forensic identification of  Semen.
  5. Silenieks, E., Pearman, C., Atkinson, C. The Use of the ABAcard® p30 Test for the Detection of p30 (PSA) in Seminal Stains and Swabs.
  6. Sattler, E. A Timeline of Seminal Fluid Markers within the Arid Zone. Northern Territory Police, Crime Scene Examination Unit.
  7. Marvez-Valls, E., Travis, D., Savadore, T., Haydel, M. ABAcard p30 Test for the Identification of Semen in Sexual Assault Victims
  8. Hobbs, M, Steiner, M., Rich, K, Gallo, M.  Vaginal swab specimen processing methods influence performance of rapid semen detection tests (ABAcard® p30 Vs. Semenogelin)
  9. Biomarker Validation of Recent Unprotected Sexual Intercourse in Prospective Study of Young Women Engaged in Sex Work in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  10. Chang. M. A Comparison of Rapid Stain Identification Test for Semen (RSID ™ – Semen), Seratec ® PSA Semiquant, and ABAcard ® p30 Tests for the Forensic Identification of Seminal Fluid
  11. Brett Griffin. Detective Leading Senior Constable, Forensic Investigator. The feasibility of using ABAcard®  p30 Test Kits at a crime scene where it is alleged a sexual assault took place.
  12. Emily S. Boward, Stacey L. Wilson. A Comparison of ABAcard® p30 and RSID Semen Test Kits For The Forensic Semen Identification. J Forensic Leg Med.

ABAcard® Hematrace® for the Crime Scene Identification of Human Blood

  1. Reynolds, Mark. The ABAcard® HemaTrace® A confirmatory identification of human blood located at crime scenes. IABPA News.
  2. Johnston, S., Newman, J., Frappier, R.Validation study of ABAcard® HemaTrace® test for the forensic identification of human blood. Can. Soc. For. Sci.
  3. Silenieks, E., Atkinson, C., Pearman, C.The Use of the ABAcard® HemaTrace® for the Detection of Higher Primate Blood in Bloodstains. Forensic Science, South Australia. Presented at the ANZFSS Symposium, Wellington N.Z.
  4. Bevel, T., Gardner, R. Bloodstain Pattern Analysis. Second Edition.
  5. Lemire, C. Forensic Aspects of Trace Human Blood Evidence: From Presumptive Test to STR Profile. Graduate Thesis. Harvard University.
  6. Swander, C.J., Stites, J.G.Evaluation of the ABAcard® HemaTrace® for the forensic identification of human blood. MAFS Annual Meeting.
  7. Kristaly, A., Smith, D.A.S. Validation of the ABAcard® HemaTrace® for the rapid forensic identification of human blood.
  8. Culliford, B. The examination and typing of bloodstains in the crime laboratory. Washington, D.C. US Department of Justice.

SALIgAE® For the Crime Scene Identification of Saliva

  1. Liang.T., Roy, R. Ultraviolet-Visible Spectrophotometry (UV-VIS) and SALIgAE® Qualitative and Semi-quantitative Tools for the Analysis of Salivary Amylase. J. Forensic. Res.
  2. Camilleri, E., Silenieks, E., Henry, J.  SALIgAE® Test: Locating Saliva Stains using the Polilight® and SALIgAE® Spray.
  3. Silenieks, E. SALIgAE® Test: The Detection of  Salivary Amylase in Expirated Blood Patterns Technical Note.
  4. Miller, D., Hodges, J. Validation of Abacus SALIgAE® Test for the Forensic Identification of Saliva. West Virginia State Police.
  5. Carlesso, J, Silenieks, E, Henry, J. The SALIgAE® Test For The Forensic Identification of Saliva. Forensic Science South Australia.
  6. Si-Keun Lim, Kyung-Don Kwak, Dong-Ho Choi, Myun-soo Han . Validation of new saliva test using SALIgAE®.  Analytical Science & Technology.
  7. SALIgAE® Test for the Presence of Saliva. DNA Analyst Training. Laboratory Training Manual. Protocol 2.11. President's DNA Initiative.
  8. Keating SM and Higgs DF. The Detection of Amylase on Swabs from Sexual Assault Cases J. For. Science.
  9. Auvdel MJ. Amylase levels in semen and saliva stains. J. For. Science.
  10. Hochmeister MN et al. High levels of alpha-amylase in seminal fluid may represent a simple artifact in the collection process.
  11. Bhoola K.D. et al. A Survey of Kallikrein and Amylase in a population of schoolgirls throughout the menstrual cycle. Clin Sci and Mol Med.
  12. Whitehead PH and Kipps AE. The significance of amylase in forensic investigations of  body  fluids. For Science.

Uritrace®For the Crime Scene Identification of Urine

  1. Wilson, J.  Validation For The Uritrace® Test. Tulsa Police Department Forensic Lab.
  2. Kenneth Pfoser, Rashed Al Shamsi*, Haifa Al Bastaki.  Validation of the Uritrace Test for Urine. Northeastern Illinois Regional Crime Laboratory, Dubai Police Department*.
  3. Canino, Tracey. Validation of the Uritrace® Test for Forensic and Crime Scene Identification of Urine. Vermont Police Department Forensic Laboratory.

Hemascein® To Reveal Latent Bloodstains

  1. Kotaro Yamagishi, Kazuhiko Tsukada, Akihiro Kato, Yuzo Shiozawa, Masamitsu Ichioka. Effectiveness of New Bloodstain Preliminary Examination Reagent. Japanese Forensic Science and Technology (JAFST). 2011
  2. Peter Bilous, Marion Fossum, Cassandra Hallmark. Blood Enhancement Reagents, Luminol, Bluestar®, Fluorescein, and Hemascein™ : a quantitative comparison of properties essential for crime scene investigations.  Presented at IAFS Meeting, September 2011, Portugal.
  3. Detective Lieutenant JP Sinclair. Hemascein® Experience. Vermont State Police. 2011.
  4. Sergeant Larry Barksdale, Martin Matsoff. Bloodstains As Evidence. A Field Manual. 2011.
  5. Peter Bilous, Ph.D, Marie McCombs, Matt Sparkmon, Jenn Sasaki. Detecting Burnt Bloodstain Samples with Light-Emitting Blood Enhancement Reagents. Presented at American Academy of Forensic Science Meeting (AAFS) 2010.
  6. Cassandra Hallmark, Peter Bilous, Ph.D. Light-emitting Blood Enhancement Reagents: A Comparison Study in the Detection of Burnt Bloodstains. 2010.
  7. Sergeant Larry Barksdale.  Hemascein® : Discovery and Testing of Human Blood. Lincoln Police Department.
  8. Son Bu-Nam, Lim Si-Keun, Park Jung-Gi, Jung Sung-Hee. Validation of a novel latent bloodstain detection kit Hemascein. Gyeonnam Provincial Police Agency, Scientific Investigation Section and National Institute of Scientific Investigation, DNA Analysis Department.
  9. Morgan Cheyne. Illiminating Latent Blood Application Methods, Fixatives, Alternatives and New Formulas for Luminol (2012)

 

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