Absorption-Elution Grouping of Dried Blood-stains on Fabrics

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THE principle of absorption-elution grouping in the ABO system using dried blood smears on microscope slides has already been described1. This communication is to show that a similar procedure can be adopted with blood-stains on fabrics. I have used several variations of the method; but that which is most consistently satisfactory is described here.

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    Kind, S. S., Nature, 185, 397 (1960).

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KIND, S. Absorption-Elution Grouping of Dried Blood-stains on Fabrics. Nature 187, 789–790 (1960) doi:10.1038/187789a0

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