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Forensic Laboratory Use
Product
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ABAcard® HemaTrace® for the Forensic Identification of Human Blood (25 test/kit)

708424

Crime Scene Use
Product
Catalog #
  

ABAcard® HemaTrace® for the Crime Scene Identification of Human Blood (25 test/kit)

*Contains 25 test cards, 25 prefilled vials with extraction buffer and 25 swabs i.e. same as item # 708424 except that in addition contains 25 swabs. All items are individually packed for individual use.

808426

ABAcard® HemaTrace® for the  Crime Scene Identification of Human Blood (10 test/kit) 

New: Almost like 10 seperate units of item # 808426.

599010
ABAcard® HemaTrace® for the Crime Scene Identification of Human Blood (1 test/kit)
511871

 

 
  
Each kit contains individually wrapped tests.
Store at room temperature.
10-minute test.
A step-by-step instruction sheet is included with each kit.
Catalog No. 708424 is designed to be used in Forensic Laboratory setting.
Catalog No. 808426, 511871 and 599010 is designed to be used in a Crime Scene setting i.e. it has additional accessories.
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Hematrace® is the method of choice. Why

StarForensic Lab Version: Watch a video on the ABAcard® Hematrace® under Presidents DNA Initiative
Source: National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, President’s DNA Initiative Video

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Partial List of References
  1. Carl A. Streeting, Janet Chaseling, Matt N. Krosch  and Kirsty Wright. Comparison of ABAcard ® HemaTrace ® and RSID Blood tests on dried diluted bloodstains treated with leucocrystal violet or luminol
  2. Lemire, C. Forensic Aspects of Trace Human Blood Evidence: From Presumptive Test to STR Profile. Graduate Thesis. Harvard University.
  3. Reynolds, Mark. The ABAcard ® HemaTrace ® A confirmatory identification of human blood located at crime scenes. IABPA News.
  4. Johnston, S., Newman, J., Frappier, R.Validation study of ABAcard ® HemaTrace ® test for the forensic identification of human blood. Can. Soc. For. Sci.
  5. Silenieks, E., Atkinson, C., Pearman, C.The Use of the ABAcard ® HemaTrace ® for the Detection of Higher Primate Blood in Bloodstains. Forensic Science, South Australia. Presented at the ANZFSS Symposium, Wellington N.Z.
  6. Bevel, T., Gardner, R. Bloodstain Pattern Analysis. Second Edition..
  7. Swander, C.J., Stites, J.G.Evaluation of the ABAcard® HemaTrace® for the forensic identification of human blood. MAFS Annual Meeting.
  8. Kristaly, A., Smith, D.A.S. Validation of the ABAcard® HemaTrace® for the rapid forensic identification of human blood.
  9. Connie J. Swander, and Jennifer G. Stites. Evaluation of the ABAcard HemaTrace for the Forensic Identification of Human Blood
  10. Mark Reynolds. ABAcard ® HemaTrace ®
  11. Vermont Police. Validation of ABAcard ® HemaTrace ® for the forensic identification of Human Blood
  12. J. S. Gill, W. A. Rowley, P. J. Bush, J. P. Viner, &  M.J.R. Gilchrist. Detection of Human Blood in the Bat Tick Carios(Ornithodoros) kelleyi(Acari: Argasidae) in Iowa
  13. Culliford, B. The examination and typing of bloodstains in the crime laboratory. Washington, D.C. US Department of Justice.
  14. Presidents DNA Initiative. Presidents DNA Initiative. DNA Analyst Training. Lab Training Manual Protocol 2.20

 

 

 
   
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