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being two identical

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intentionally matched

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Simpson's refrain during his second day of testimony in the wrongful death trial was a series of ``don't knows'' when questioned how blood matching his and that of the victims got in the Bronco, how he suffered cuts to his hand, and how his ex-wife's blood ended up on socks found in his bedroom.
Our relationship with Progenika enables ARUP to offer this innovative and highly complex testing to our clients to ease blood matching for patients requiring frequent transfusions," said Noriko Kusukawa, Ph.
There was blood matching April's DNA close by and on the white leather sofa.
The only clue was a minuscule dot of blood matching her DNA that was found in the flat where she was tortured.
The knife was in the room carrying blood matching the other two men's DNA.
While Mr Hay's body was almost completely incinerated police found a broken tooth and traces of blood matching Mr Hay's DNA at the lock-up in Meltham Mills.
Shirley owned a pair of shoes which matched an imprint on the victim's body, blood matching his group was found at the scene, his body was covered with scratches and he was in the area at the time of the crime.
Blood matching her type was smeared on the ground near her Chevrolet Nova, parked outside the laundry.
Precision Dynamics Corporation (PDC), a leader and innovator of automated wristband identification, announces the release of Securline([R])Blood Band Plus Wristbands for patient identification and blood matching.
The jury were also told that blood matching the victim was found on a pair of shorts hidden in Wood's mother's house, and on partially burned clothing found in a relative's garage.
BLOOD matching that of teenager Aamir Siddiqi was found inside the footwell of a car alleged to have been used in the crime, jurors in a murder trial have heard.