Human Bone Proteomes before and after Decomposition: Investigating the Effects of Biological Variation and Taphonomic Alteration on Bone Protein Profiles and the Implications for Forensic Proteomics

Human Bone Proteomes before and after Decomposition: Investigating the Effects of Biological Variation and Taphonomic Alteration on Bone Protein Profiles and the Implications for Forensic Proteomics

Bone proteomic research utilizing animal proxies and skeletonized human stays have delivered encouraging ends in the search for potential biomarkers for exact and correct autopsy interval (PMI) and the age-at-death (AAD) estimation in medico-legal investigations. The improvement of forensic proteomics for PMI and AAD estimation is in important want of analysis on human stays all …

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