Bibliography – Reference details of all DAE publications

The following are references cited by the DARLInG research team in the papers and book chapters.  The search facility within the table can be used to quickly identify a part or whole reference.  If you click on      Abstract     to jump to PubMed to show the abstract, to return you need to close the window by clicking the x at the top right hand of the abstract window.

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Cameriere R, Ferrante D, De Angelis D, Scarpion F, Galli F. The comparison between measurement of open apices of third molars and Demirjian stages to test chronological age of over 18 year olds in living subjects. International Journal of Legal Medicine. 2008; 122: 493-497. DOI.10.1007/s00414-008-0279-6 Abstract
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