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A team from Lincoln Memorial University hopes to develop better methods of estimating the postmortem interval by studying biomarkers in bone marrow, according to a story in Forensic Magazine. Research will involve looking at bone samples from UT’s William Bass Donated Skeletal Collection, as well as placing donor bodies at the Anthropology Research Facility at UT, commonly known as the Body Farm.

A group of forensic anthropologists from UT is collaborating on the study.

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