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one that is representative of a group or class

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an example regarded as typical of its class

a bit of tissue or blood or urine that is taken for diagnostic purposes

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Interpretation & conclusion: Evaluation of forensic specimens (autopsy & biopsy) of human snakebite victims based on specific molecular epidemiological tool like ELISA gives a true estimate of the incidence supplementing clinical and circumstantial evidence.
Very limited amounts of target sequences are also encountered in paraffin-embedded tissue blocks (25), ancient specimens (26), forensic specimens taken from crime scenes (26, 27), circulating nucleic acids (28, 29), and engraftment of sex-mismatched organ transplantation (30).
It houses DNA profiles from convicted offenders, forensic specimens, population samples, and other specimen types.
It is designed to aid the clinical laboratorian in developing procedures for the efficient and reliable analysis of clinical and forensic specimens to qualitatively and/or quantitatively determine the presence of drugs of abuse and other commonly encountered drugs.
The developed methodology was subsequently used to investigate forensic specimens.
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