In recent years innovations in forensic pathology have brought new knowledge useful to improve the study of death. Nevertheless, noteworthy limitations are still observed in thanatochronology. The aimof this study is to analyze the death processes using immunohistochemical techniques, in order to identify a potential correlation between molecular cell expression and post-mortem interval (PMI).

IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF CELL DEATH PROCESS AND CORRELATION WITH POSTMORTEM INTERVAL (PMI)

Nicola Pigaiani;Dario Raniero;Elisa Vermiglio;Giovanna Del Balzo;Stefania Turrina;Domenico De Leo;Matteo Brunelli
2021

Abstract

In recent years innovations in forensic pathology have brought new knowledge useful to improve the study of death. Nevertheless, noteworthy limitations are still observed in thanatochronology. The aimof this study is to analyze the death processes using immunohistochemical techniques, in order to identify a potential correlation between molecular cell expression and post-mortem interval (PMI).
Post-Mortem Interval (PMI)
immunohistochemical techniques
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