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IFS uses bloodstain pattern analysis to test hypotheses that can explain some of the facts of a possible criminal offense
CYP450 - What is it that the pharmaceutical industry keeps hidden from us? IFS uses DNA research to investigate the relation between medication and involuntary intoxication
IFS’s forensic team performs forensic case work and DNA and forensic medical work. The equipment used at IFS is state of the art, well maintained and validated according to international ISO-17025 and ASCLD/LAB standards. Due to our broad knowledge and expertise, IFS is able to be flexible and case-specific to obtain optimal results.
DNA-director and forensic scientist specializing in DNA trace recovery and bloodstain pattern analysis.
Medical Director and educated welfare worker with ten years of experience in psychotherapeutic treatment.
Due to our broad knowledge and expertise, IFS is able to be flexible and case-specific to obtain optimal results.
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On Christmas Eve, Governor Brown ordered new DNA testing on four pieces of evidence in the case of Kevin Cooper, who was convicted of murdering a couple, their ten year old daughter and an 11 year old boy in Chino Hills in 1983
10.2217/pgs-2018-020 2018 James Fogleman Pharmacogenomics
Letter to the Editor
Selma JM Eikelenboom-Schieveld & James C Fogleman
“To characterize the P450 phenotype, one should take into account the drug–gene interactions over more than one drug and one
Silje Marie Strandberg was seriously mentally ill. She had a heavy schizoaffective and dissociative disorder diagnose. She heard voices, hallucinated, cut herself, had an eating disorder and repeatedly tried to kill herself. She was so sick that no one thought she could ever