Forensic Serology

Forensic serology, also known as Material Science of Forensic Evidence or Forensic Physical Evidence, is the application of biology to law enforcement. The forensic biology deals with the study of serological and DNA analyses of bodily (physiological) fluids for the purpose of identification and individualization. The type of material typically examined includes, but is not limited to blood, semen, saliva, and dental pulp from victims and assailants collected at crime scenes and from articles of physical evidence. These types of physiological fluids are frequently generated during the commission of violent crimes such as homicides, rapes, assaults, and hit and run motor vehicle fatalities. The ultimate goal is to identify what type of material is present and then, through the use of DNA analysis, link that material to a specific person. Paternity tests usually are also performed by forensics serologists.Forensic medical science is that the detection, classification and study of varied bodily fluids like blood, semen, excretory product and perspiration


  • Blood detection
  • Semen detection
  • Saliva detection

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