Studies on HLA DQ Alpha Genotypes Carried out from Dental Material Discovered Subsequently on the Scene of the Aircrash of Flight It 5148
The medico-legal examination carried out after the crash on 20 january 1992 of the flight Lyon-Strasbourg allowed the identification of 85 out of 87 victims. We have tried to find some biological elements of the two missing victims though the analysis of fragments of the maxillary bones still carrying teeth found on the area of the crash a few days after the accident.
KeywordsPhenol Chloroform Isoamyl Phenol Chloroform
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