Faster, More Objective Maggot Analysis
Maggot analysis presents unique challenges – but a combination of molecular science and artificial intelligence is helping forensic researchers ID similar species
Michael Schubert | | Quick Read
Although academically interesting to some, it’s difficult to see the relevance of maggots to the average laboratory medicine professional. For those who work in forensics, though, the link is clear – maggots on a cadaver can help investigators determine when and where death occurred. In some cases, such as neglect, they can even help establish a person’s physical condition prior to death.
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