Wetenschappelijke publicaties 2019

  • Bakker, B.S. de, Bakker, H.M. de, Soerdjbalie-Maikoe, V., & Dikkers, F.G. (2019). Variants of the hyoid-larynx complex, with implications for forensic science and consequence for the diagnosis of Eagle's syndrome. Scientific Reports, 9, 15950.
  • Bakker, H.M. de, Roelandt, G.H.J., Soerdjbalie-Maikoe, V., Rijn, R.R. van, & Bakker, B.S. de. (2019). The value of post-mortem computed tomography of burned victims. European Radiology, 29(4), 1912-1921.
  • Berthold, O., Greeley, C.S., Karst, W.A., Moers, A. von, & Fegert, J.M. (2019). The triad in abusive head trauma - a clinical perspective. Rechtsmedizin, 29, 216-17.
  • Bezemer, K.D.B., Duin, L.A. van, Martin-Alberca, C., Somsen, G.W., Schoenmakers, P., Haselberg, R., ...  Asten, A. van. (2019). Rapid forensic chemical classification of confiscated flash banger fireworks using capillary electrophoresis. Food Chemistry, 16, 100187.
  • Bovens, M., Ahrens, B., Alberink, I., Noordgaard, T., Salonen, S., & Huhtala, S. (2019). Chemometrics in forensic chemistry - Part I: Implications to the forensic workflow. Forensic Science International, 301, 82-90.
  • Cappella, A., Boer, H.H. de, Cammilli, P., Angelis, D. de, Messina, C., Sconfienza, L.M., ...  Cattaneo, C. (2019). Histologic and radiological analysis on bone fractures: Estimation of posttraumatic survival time in skeletal trauma. Forensic Science International, 302, 109909.
  • Casey, E., Geradts, Z., & Nikkel, B. (2019). Panoramic perspective of Digital Investigation. Digital Investigation, 30, 173.
  • Colman, K.L., Merwe, A.E. van der, Stull, K.E., Dobbe, J.G.G., Steekstra, G.J., Rijn, R.R. van, ... Boer, H.H. de. (2019). The accuracy of 3D virtual bone models of the pelvis for morphological sex estimation. International Journal of Legal Medicine, 133, 1853-1860.
  • De Tobel, J., Hillewig, E., Haas, M.B. de, Van Eeckhout, B., Fieuws, S., Thevissen, P.W., ...  Verstraete, K.L. (2019). Forensic age estimation based on T1 SE and VIBE wrist MRI: do a one-fits-all staging technique and age estimation model apply?. European Radiology, 29(6), 2924-35.
  • Gelderman, H.T., Kruiver, C.A., Oostra, R.J., Zeegers, M.P., & Duijst, W.L.J.M. (2019). Estimation of the postmortem interval based on the human decomposition process. Journal of Forensic Legal Medicine, 61, 122-127.
  • Geradts, Z. (2019). Digital and multimedia sciences. In D.A. Martell (Ed.), The Future of Forensic Science  (pp. 31-47). Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Helmond, W. van, Begieneman, M.P., Kniest, R., & Puit, M. de. (2019). Classification of condom lubricants in cyanoacrylate treated fingerprints by desorption electrospray ionization mass spectrometry. Forensic Science International, 305, 110005.
  • Helmond, W. van, Herwijnen, A.W. van, Riemsdijk, J.J.H. van, Bochove, M.A. van, Poot, C.J. de, & Puit, M. de. (2019). Chemical profiling of fingerprints using mass spectrometry. Forensic Chemistry, 16, 100183.
  • Helmond, W. van, O'Brien, V., Jong, R. de, Esch, J. van, Oldenhof, S., & Puit, M. de. (2019). Non-marking Collection of Amino Acids from Fingerprints Using Hydrogels. In M.A. Alterman & Hunziker, P. (Eds.), Amino Acid Analysis - Methods and Protocols (pp. 429-438). New York: Humana Press.
  • Helmond, W. van, & Puit, M. de. (2019). Amino Acid Profiling from Fingerprints Using Amide Stationary-Phase UPLC-MS. In M.A. Alterman & Hunziker, P. (Eds.), Amino Acid Analysis - Methods and Protocols (pp. 439-450). New York: Humana Press.
  • Hymel, K.P., Wang, M., Chinchilli, V.M., Karst, W.A., Willson, D.F., Dias, M.S., ...  Herman, B.E. (2019). Estimating the probability of abusive head trauma after abuse evaluation. Child Abuse & Neglect, 88, 266-274.
  • Ibrahimi, S., Noord, N.J.E. van, Geradts, Z., & Worring, M. (2019). Deep Metric Learning for Cross-Domain Fashion Instance Retrieval. The IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) Workshops.
  • Jong, L.A.A. de, Olyslager, E.J.H., & Duijst, W.L.J.M. (2019). The risk of emerging new psychoactive substances: The first fatal 3-MeO-PCP intoxication in The Netherlands. Journal of Forensic Legal Medicine, 65, 101-104.
  • Kan, R.A.T. van, Haest, I.I.H., Lobbes, M.B.I., Kroll, J., Ernst, S.R., Kubat, B., ...  Hofman, P.A.M. (2019). Post-mortem computed tomography in forensic investigations of lethal gunshot incidents: is there an added value? International Journal of Legal Medicine , 133(6), 1889-1894.
  • Krap, T., Busscher, L., Ruijter, J.M., Oostra, R.J., & Duijst, W.L.J.M. (2019). Comment on 'A DNA extraction method for small quantities of bone for high-qualitygenotyping' by Caputo et al. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 40, 243-244.
  • Krap, T., Ruijter, J.M., Nota, K., Karel, J., Burgers, A.L., Aalders, M.C.G., ...  Duijst, W.L.J.M. (2019). Colourimetric analysis of thermally altered human bone samples. Scientific Reports, 9, 8923.
  • Latten, B.G.H., Bakers, F.C.H., Hofman, P.A.M., Hausen, A. zur, & Kubat, B. (2019). The needle in the haystack: Histology of post-mortem computed tomography guided biopsies versus autopsy derived tissue. Forensic Science International, 302, 109882.
  • Mapes, A.A., Stoel, R.D., Poot, C.J. de, Vergeer, P., & Huyk, M. (2019). Decision support for using mobile Rapid DNA analysis at the crime scene. Science and Justice, 59(1), 29-45.
  • Mitchell, N., Blankers, B., Kokshoorn, B., Stelt, A. van der, & McDonald, M. (2019). A cold case turns hot after 30 years. Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 51(Sup1), S60-S67.
  • Nijs, H.G.T., Groot, R. de, Velthoven, M.F.A.M, & Stoel, R.D. (2019). Is the visibility of standardized inflicted bruises improved by using an alternate (‘forensic’) light source? Forensic Science International, 294, 34-38.
  • Obertová, Z., Adalian, P., Baccino, E., Cunha, E., Boer, H.H. de, Fracasso, T., ...  Cattaneo, C. (2019). The Status of Forensic Anthropology in Europe and South Africa: Results of the 2016 FASE Questionnaire on Forensic Anthropology. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 64(4), 1017-1025.
  • Oorschot, R.A.H. van, Szkuta, B., Meakin, G.E., Kokshoorn, B., & Goray, M. (2019). DNA transfer in forensic science: A review. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 38, 140-166.
  • Paulis, L.E., Kroll, J., Heijnens, L., Huijnen, M., Gerretsen, R.R.R., Backes, W.H., ... Hofman, P.A.M. (2019). Is CT bulletproof? On the use of CT for characterization of bullets in forensic radiology. , 133(6), 1869-1877.
  • Pluim, J.M.E., Loeve, A.J., & Gerretsen, R.R.R. (2019). Minimizing aerosol bone dust during autopsies. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology, 15(3), 404-407.
  • Poltorak, L., Sudhölter, E.J.R., & Puit, M. de. (2019). Electrochemical cocaine (bio) sensing. From solid electrodes to soft junctions. TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 114, 48-55.
  • Sjerps, M.J. (2019). Reporting DNA database matches: we need more research. Law, Probability and Risk, 18(1), 39-41.
  • Rijn, R.R. van, Affourtit, M.J., Karst, W.A., Kamphuis, M., Bock, L.C. de, & Putte, E. van de. (2019). Implementation of the Dutch expertise centre for child abuse: descriptive data from the first 4 years. BMJ Open, 9(8), e031008.
  • Robertson, B.W.N., & Berger, C.E.H. (2019). Interpreting Evidence of Torture. Medical Law Review, 27(4), 687-695.
  • Ronde, A. de, Aken, M. van, Puit, M. de, & Poot, C.J. de. (2019). A study into fingermarks at activity level on pillowcases. Forensic Science International, 295, 113-120.
  • Ronde, A. de, Kokshoorn, B., Poot, C.J. de, & Puit, M. de. (2019). The evaluation of fingermarks given activity level propositions. Forensic Science International, 302, 109904.
  • Smijs, T., & Galli, F. (2019). Forensic potential of atomic force microscopy with special focus on age determination of bloodstains. In T. Tański, M. Staszuk & B. Ziebowicz (Eds.), Atomic-force Microscopy and its Applications (pp. 28-48). London: IntechOpen Ltd.
  • Szkuta, B., Ansell, R., Boiso, L., Connolly, E., Kloosterman, A.D., Kokshoorn, B., ...  Oorschot, R.A.H. van. (2019). Assessment of the transfer, persistence, prevalence and recovery of DNA traces from clothing: An inter-laboratory study on worn upper garments. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 42, 56-68.
  • Teeuw, A.H., Kraan, R.B.J., Rijn, R.R. van, Bossuyt, P.M.M., & Heymans, H.S.A. (2019). Screening for child abuse by using a checklist and physical examinations in the emergency department led to the detection of more cases. Acta Pediatrica, 108(2), 300-313.
  • Vester, M.E.M., Bilo, R.A.C., Loeve, A.J., Rijn, R.R. van, & Zandwijk, J.P. van. (2019). Modeling of inflicted head injury by shaking trauma in children: what can we learn? Part I: A systematic review of animal models. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology, 15(3), 408-422.
  • Vries, F.G. de, Berge, M. van den, Scheer, M. van der, Sijen, T., & Meijrink, L. (2019). Determining how diluted bloodstains were derived: Inferring distinctive characteristics and formulating a guideline. Forensic Science International, 302, 109918.
  • Wolff, T. de, Aarts, L.H.J., Berge, M. van den, Boyko, T., Oorschot, R.A.H. van, Zuidberg, M.C., ...  Kokshoorn, B. (2019). Prevalence of DNA in vehicles: linking clothing of a suspect to car occupancy. Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 51(Sup1), S103-S106.
  • Zandwijk, J.P. van, & Boztas, A. (2019). The iPhone Health App from a forensic perspective: can steps and distances registered during walking and running be used as digital evidence?. Digital Investigation, 28(Supplement), S126-S133. 
  • Zandwijk, J.P. van, Vester, M.E.M., Bilo, R.A.C., Rijn, R.R. van, & Loeve, A.J. (2019). Modeling of inflicted head injury by shaking trauma in children: what can we learn? Part II: A systematic review of mathematical and physical models. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology, 15(3), 423-436.
  • Zuidberg, M.C., Beltman, M., Aarts, B., Sjerps, M.J., & Kokshoorn, B. (2019). Targeting relevant sampling areas for human biological traces: Where to sample displaced bodies for offender DNA? Science and Justice, 59, 153-161.