lip print

lip print

An obsolete form of identification, analogous to fingerprints.
Lip prints are of minimal use in identifying suspected criminals, given the variability of lips (e.g., cracking) over time and the rare finding of lip prints at a crime scene.
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4) Under such circumstances, lip print & blood group study proves to be a good and easily available alternative as supportive evidence.
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Developing with fingerprint powders (red, black, and silver metallic) and powder lysochromes (Sudan III, Sudan black, and Oil Red O): Using a brush, a small quantity of powder was carefully applied on the surface where the attempt was being made to locate the latent lip print.
In 1970, Japanese researchers reported their findings on a lip print study.
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9) Very few studies done in the recent past suggest that a correlative study between the lip print and finger print will be very useful in forensic science for gender identification.
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