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A stepwise strategy to distinguish menstrual blood from peripheral blood by Fisher’s discriminant function

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A stepwise strategy to distinguish menstrual blood from peripheral blood by Fisher’s discriminant function
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International Journal of Legal Medicine, November 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00414-019-02196-w
Authors

Hongxia He, Anquan Ji, Yixia Zhao, Na Han, Sheng Hu, Qinglan Kong, Li Jiang, Jian Ye, Yao Liu, Qifan Sun

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#12,421,174
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