All it takes is a touch. Tiny bits of DNA attach to cell phones, clothes, door knobs, and other surfaces, leaving a trace of the culprit at a crime scene. The data in that DNA could point to a killer–or could set someone free.
Daily Archives: October 18, 2012
Presentations at a Major International Forensics Meeting Highlight the Ability of Pressure BioSciences’ Patented PCT Platform to Improve DNA Detection in Important Forensic Samples
Results Suggest PCT Could Become a Viable Method to Enhance DNA Recovery from Forensic Samples, Leading to More Solved Cases; Company to Accelerate Development of Commercial PCT-based Instruments and Consumables for Forensic DNA Testing Use
(Reuters) – Mexico said on Wednesday it will exhume the remains of the parents of slain kingpin Heriberto Lazcano to obtain genetic material and put an end to rumors the Zetas cartel is not dead after authorities lost his corpse.