Paper 5: The damaging in the granular cells and expression patterns of CIRBP, RBM3, HSP70, HIF-1, AIF1, SIRT1,Ngb, cFos, p53 and CCC9 in the postmortem human cerebellums obtained from individuals who died due to hanging, strangulation, drowning, or asphyxia by anaphylaxis or food aspiration may be closely linking with agonal duration: Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine: Vol. 16, No. 1 (Jan - Jun 2015)
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Received: Sep 30, 2014
Reviewers comments received: Oct 10, 2014
Accepted: Oct 10, 2014
First published online as Epubahead: Oct 10, 2014
Ref:Furukawa S, Nishi K, Morita S, Hitosugi M, Wingenfeld L. The damaging in the granular cells and expression patterns of CIRBP, RBM3, HSP70, HIF-1, AIF1, SIRT1,Ngb, cFos, p53 and CCC9 in the postmortem human cerebellums obtained from individuals who died due to hanging, strangulation, drowning, or asphyxia by anaphylaxis or food aspiration may be closely linking with agonal duration. Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology [serial online], 2015; Vol. 16, No. 1 (Jan - June 2015): [about 18 p]. Available from: . Published : Oct 10, 2014, (Accessed: 

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The damaging in the granular cells and expression patterns of CIRBP, RBM3, HSP70, HIF-1, AIF1, SIRT1,Ngb, cFos, p53 and CCC9 in the postmortem human cerebellums obtained from individuals who died due to hanging, strangulation, drowning, or asphyxia by anaphylaxis or food aspiration may be closely linking with agonal duration.

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S Furukawa, K Nishi, S Morita, M Hitosugi, L Wingenfeld*
Department of Legal Medicine, Shiga University of Medical Science, Setatsukinowa-cho, Otsu, Shiga Japan
*Institute of Legal Medicine, Munich University, Munich, Germany

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