TECHNIQUES USED FOR BIOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION IN RELATION TO FORENSIC ANALYSIS

  • Piyush Mehta
  • Ashok Dashora
  • Deepak Sahu
  • Rahul Kumar Garg
  • Piyush Agarwal
  • Bhavesh Joshi
  • Deepak Sharma

Abstract

The aim of this review was to apply the knowledge & technology of science for the definition & enforcement of such laws. The forensic analysis is investigation the crime and examines material evidence. In forensic analysis various biochemical investigation techniques are used to examine the crimes like Hair analysis, Polygraphic test, serology test and finger print analysis. Several instruments are used in forensic analysis like IR, Chromatography, UV and Mass spectrophotometer. The characterization results showed that Forensic pharmacists engage in work relating to litigation, the regulatory process, or the criminal justice system.

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Mehta, P., Dashora, A., Sahu, D., Garg, R., Agarwal, P., Joshi, B., & Sharma, D. (2013). TECHNIQUES USED FOR BIOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION IN RELATION TO FORENSIC ANALYSIS. Innovare Journal of Life Sciences, 1(2), 7-10. Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijls/article/view/120
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