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Limitation of Regular Autosomal STR Testing for Paternity within an Isolated Population

Cho S, Yu HJ, Han J, Kim Y, Seo HJ, Lee SD

In order to determine paternity by genetic testing, the Paternity Index (PI) and probability of paternity are calculated using likelihood ratio method. However, when it is necessary, additional testing can...
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Diver Death due to Underwater Explosion

Na JY, Park JW, Yoon SH, Park JS, Choi BH, Kim YS

A 44-year-old man was cutting an outer plate of a ship, at a depth of 25 m below sea level. Following a sudden explosion, he was discovered unconscious and was...
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Suicidal Death by Nicotine Poisoning

Jun YJ, Kim H, Park S

Nicotine is a water-soluble alkaloid extracted from tobacco plants, and most frequently encountered in snuff, chewing tobacco, cigarettes, cigars and pipe tobacco or in a limited number of pesticides. Nicotine...
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A Qualitative Study of Psychological State of Suicide Victims through Suicide Notes

Ham K, Pyo C, Park J, Na J, Yoo SH, Lee E

Suicide notes are essential for investigating the psychological state of suicide victims and establishing suicide prevention programs. Since only a few studies have attempted to identify the causes of suicidal...
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The Statistical Analysis on Legal Autopsy Performed in Korea during 2013 Year

Jang SJ, Park JP, Choi BH, Chung NE, Lee HY, Seo JS

Medicolegal autopsy is a vital tool for obtaining reliable injury mortality data. This study statistically analyzed data obtained from medicolegal autopsies performed in Korea in 2013. The aim of this...
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The Discrepancy of the Cause and Manner of Death between Death Certificates and Autopsy Reports

Kim HG, Park JW, Cho WY, Seo JH, Choi CH, Na JY

Both death certificates and postmortem examination certificates are used as proof of death. These certificates sometimes contain erroneous information but how frequently they do so is unknown. In particular, only...
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