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Forensic Proteomics, New Tool for Crime Labs and Anthropology

DAVIS, California, Sept. 10 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- The University of California's Davis Campus issued the following news:

By Andy Fell

DNA evidence has revolutionized forensic science in the past few years, cracking open cold cases and bringing both convictions and exonerations. The same techniques help archaeologists and anthropologists studying remains from ancient peoples or human ancestors.

But DNA is a relatively fragile molecule that breaks down eas . . .

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Glendon Parker, 530/752-9870, gjparker@ucdavis.edu; Andy Fell, 530/752-4533, ahfell@ucdavis.edu