Paper 4: Histopathological characteristics of human cardiac tissues in accidental hypothermia using immunohistochemistry: Immunohistochemical detections of cold, hypoxia and apoptotic related antigens are practicable in the myocardium from hypothermic death even in postmortem examination: Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine: Vol. 14, No. 1 (Jan - Jun 2013)
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Received: June 28, 2012
Accepted: Sep 8, 2012
First published online as Epubahead: Sep 9, 2012
Ref: Furukawa S, Wingenfeld L, Sakaguchi I, Nakagawa T, Takaya A, Morita S, Yamasaki S, Nishi K. Histopathological characteristics of human cardiac tissues in accidental hypothermia using immunohistochemistry: Immunohistochemical detections of cold, hypoxia and apoptotic related antigens are practicable in the myocardium from hypothermic death even in postmortem examination. Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology [serial online], 2013; Vol. 14, No. 1 (Jan - June 2013): [about 12 p]. Available from: . Published : Jan 1, 2013 (Accessed: 

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Histopathological characteristics of human cardiac tissues in accidental hypothermia using immunohistochemistry: Immunohistochemical detections of cold, hypoxia and apoptotic related antigens are practicable in the myocardium from hypothermic death even in postmortem examination

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Satoshi Furukawa, Lisa Wingenfeld, Ikuo Sakaguchi, Tokiko Nakagawa, Akari Takaya, Satomu Morita, Shigeru Yamasaki, Katsuji Nishi
Department of Legal Medicine, Shiga University of Medical Science, Otsu,
Shiga, Japan

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