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Feasibility of an accelerated PVAL method for the collection of GSR and biological traces

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Feasibility of an accelerated PVAL method for the collection of GSR and biological traces
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International Journal of Legal Medicine, November 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00414-019-02166-2
Authors

Constantin Lux, Lucy Taube, Marcel A. Verhoff, Sonja Kurscheid, Gabriele Zöller-Huse, Stephan Welkerling, Rüdiger Schumacher, Dieter Neimke, Mattias Kettner

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