By the sympathy of your human hearts for sin ye shall scent out all the places--whether in church, bedchamber, street, field, or forest--where crime has been committed, and shall exult to behold the whole earth one stain of guilt, one mighty blood spot
The use of dried blood spots
(DBS) has greatly facilitated genetic and metabolic screening of newborns by simplifying sample collection, storage and transport.
Society for Inherited Metabolic Disorders Policy Statement: Newborn Screening and Storage and Use of Residual Newborn Screening Blood Spots
Sumit Sinha, who is treating the infant, informed that the girl had several blood spots
all over brain and was in need of immediate surgery.
A TEENAGER who burgled, robbed and stole to feed his pounds 70-a-day cannabis habit was caught after cutting his hand and leaving blood spots
during a break-in.
Police escaped unhurt the clash, but blood spots
at the site indicated the traffickers had suffered casualties, the official said, adding the men wanted to smuggle the drugs to Pakistan for processing through the Spin Ghar area.
Remove blood spots
<br />If you don't remove blood spots
from your clothes immediately, it becomes very difficult to remove them.
And with few exceptions, newborn screening programs have not asked parents for consent to store unidentifiable leftover blood spots
or to give them to researchers.
Police discovered blood spots
inside the Honda car which was used by the robbers.
Previous research has shown that dried blood spots
could be used to identify CMV infection.
Dried blood spots
(DBS) are collected from all infants born in the United States to conduct metabolic screening.
There were blood spots
on the floor and blood smears on the walls.