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Offline David1819

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Re: Differences in blood:
« Reply #30 on: May 14, 2020, 12:32:AM »
The blood flake tested negative for PGM

According to a book called "INTRODUCTION TO ISOENZYMES" Menstrual blood does not always have PGM.

"471 semen-free swabs from seven subjects over the course of 33 menstrual cycles were
examined for PGM activity. 27% of these had readable PGM isoenzymes. Between 25%
and 30% of these showed activity only in the first few days of the menstrual cycle"

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Re: Differences in blood:
« Reply #31 on: May 18, 2020, 02:24:PM »
According to a book called "INTRODUCTION TO ISOENZYMES" Menstrual blood does not always have PGM.

"471 semen-free swabs from seven subjects over the course of 33 menstrual cycles were
examined for PGM activity. 27% of these had readable PGM isoenzymes. Between 25%
and 30% of these showed activity only in the first few days of the menstrual cycle"


If menstrual blood was planted in the SM. It could also explain why there is a lack of Sheila's DNA inside it.

"Blood is an excellent source of human DNA. DNA is present in white blood cells of humans, but not red blood cells which lack nuclei."


"Main method and device for the simultaneous
and quantitative, flow cytometeric analysis of nucleated red
blood cells and white blood cells from whole blood cells. From
these results we find that the composition of menstrual blood
show great variation and the content of blood like hemoglobin,
RBC, WBC are present in fewer amounts in menstrual blood
than the normal blood"
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Offline lookout

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Re: Differences in blood:
« Reply #32 on: May 19, 2020, 04:07:PM »
A testing of menstrual blood would also have shown " debris " which none exists in venous or arterial blood.

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Re: Differences in blood:
« Reply #33 on: May 23, 2020, 12:01:PM »
A testing of menstrual blood would also have shown " debris " which none exists in venous or arterial blood.

No test was ever done to distinguish between the two.

The lab processed the silencer under the belief it was discovered by the police. None of the staff knew the true circumstances of its discovery. They were in no frame of mind to consider it anything other than blood from a gun shot.