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mystery of the Blood Stain

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Based on a stain of blood found at a fictitious crime scene, a murder has to be resolved. The first thing to do is to check whether the stain is really a blood stain. Next, the blood group and Rhesus factor have to be identified and then
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Students as forensic pathologists! Based on a stain of blood found at a fictitious crime scene, a murder has to be resolved. The first thing to do is to check whether the stain is really a blood stain. Next, the blood group and Rhesus factor have to be identified and then compared with samples of the victim and various suspects. As a result, the murderer can be convicted and the crBased on a stain of blood found at a fictitious crime scene, a murder has to be resolved. The first thing to do is to check whether the stain is really a blood stain. Next, the blood group and Rhesus factor have to be identified and then ime solved. This simulation experiment guarantees an exciting lesson in which your students will learn a lot about blood groups and how to identify them. 3 Simulated Sera (Anti-A, Anti-B, Anti-RH) (each 30 ml), 40 Blood typing trays, 1 Cheese cloth, 1 Crime Scene Simulated Neo/BLOOD sample (25 ml), 3 Suspect Simulated Neo/BLOOD samples (each 25 ml), 40 Stirring sticks, blue, 40 Stirring sticks, yellow 40 Stirring sticks, green, description in German and English language Suitable for middle school education. 30x23x6 cm; 1 kg

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