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To test whether or not a blood sample is of human or animal origin, the standard test that is used is: (Points : 4) P30 Precipitin Kastle-Meyer Radioimmunoassay
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User: To test whether or not a blood sample is of human or animal origin, the standard test that is used is: (Points : 4) P30 Precipitin Kastle-Meyer Radioimmunoassay

Weegy: investigators use the 'precipitin' test to determine whether the blood is of animal or human origin.
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User: To test whether or not a blood sample is of human or animal origin, the standard test that is used is?

Weegy: investigators use the 'precipitin' test to determine whether the blood is of animal or human origin.
uxiali|Points 241|

User: Y-STR's utility in the forensic sciences is that: (Points : 4) Replication of the DNA takes less than one hour It is shorter by six bases on the Y chromosomes then the X chromosome The frequency of occurrence in the general population is very small It originates only from a male donor of DNA

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