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How pubic bacterial colonies could hold vital evidence

Scientists publish new research into application of data from micro-organisms which could help solve sex crime cases.

How pubic bacterial colonies could hold vital evidence

Date - 2nd January 2015
By - Josh Loeb - Police Oracle
New research into bacterial colonies on pubic hair could yield major breakthroughs in challenging sex crime cases, scientists claim. Hair samples are one of the most ubiquitous types of trace evidence collected at crime scenes – but despite...
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