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  • n. a medical scientist who specializes in serology


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  • But, says forensic serologist Mark Stolorow of Cellmark Diagnostics, a leading private DNA lab, "assuming the test was done right, if two profiles are different,, that's absolute."

    Genetics In The Courtroom

  • David Roberts was unable to travel to Georgia, so in his place Martin called another expert serologist, Rodger Morrison.

    The Stocking Strangler case

  • If they had found these bodies, although obviously it would have still been the tragic murder of two girls, then three or four months ago, it is quite likely that it would have been easier for the medical examiner and for the criminalist and chemist and serologist and entomologist, et cetera, to locate these things to identify and test them.

    CNN Transcript Aug 26, 2002

  • The chief serologist usually started his day in the lab at 6 A.M. That he was still working at 9 P.M. meant that he had pulled out all the stops to do the testing on the Lola Dakota case.

    The Dead House

  • The chief serologist was meticulous, her acumen as sharp as a scalpel.


  • Mary F. Frank, June 3, 1922; Di Soc.; serologist N.C. lab. of hygiene 1910 -; U.S. A. Camp Jackson 1918; Pythian; Baptist.

    Alumni History of the University of North Carolina

  • The work of the SBI crime lab has been under fire since February, when Greg Taylor, an innocent man, was freed after judges learned an SBI serologist withheld crucial evidence that proved a stain on Taylor's SUV wasn't blood.

    News & Observer: Home Page

  • He has been certified in North Carolina courts as a serologist, an expert in blood and other fluids found at crime scenes.

    Observer: Home Page

  • Illinois Crime Lab's forensic serologist, testified that Dominguez could possibly be the perpetrator based on blood type.

    mental_floss Blog

  • Shanahan called a Hamilton County serologist to testify that Phelps 'blood was on a glass at the bar that night. - Latest News


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