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Identification of blood and tissue samples for law enforcement purposes was initiated in 1968 by Carl Wolfe, Senior Biologist, Research Division, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. At that time and up to the present, a great deal of assistance, time and advice has been received from Carl R. Jolliff, Director of the Clinical Laboratory of Lincoln; Dr. Connell L. Marsh, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Nebraska, and Dr. Leonard W. Staudinger, Chairman of Biology Department, Nebraska Wesleyan University. Grateful appreciation is extended to Dr. Stan Cassel DVM and all Game Commission personnel of Nebraska and South Dakota who aided in the collection of animal specimens and to Arthur Stewart for aid in antiserum collection. Several members of the Information and Education Division deserve a special thanks: Elizabeth Huff for editorial help and Bob Grier and Steve O'Hare for photographic assistance. This research was supported by funds supplied by the Federal Aid to Wildlife Restoration Act, under Pittman-Robertson Project W-38-R and by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
David W. Oates is Senior Chemist and Craig W. Brown and Debra L. Weigel are lab technicians, Research Division, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Part 1 (pages i-29):
PROTEIN HETEROGENEITY --BASIS FOR ELECTROPHORETIC TECHNIQUES USED IN IDENTIFICATION OF DIFFERENT SPECIES OF WILDLIFE
LAW ENFORCEMENT HISTORY
METHOD AND THEORY OF IMMUNO DIFFUSION (DOUBLE DIFFUSION)
PRECIPITIN PATTERNS COMMONLY OBSERVED IN DOUBLE DIFFUSION PLATE TESTS