Advances in Forensic Science
This memorial issue of the proceedings of Journal of Forensic Toxicology and Pharmacology is brought out in recognition of his rich contributions and as a tribute to this pioneer. It includes eleven topics covering a wide spectrum of activities related to Forensic Toxicology, Anthropology and Analytical Chemistry research. An immense research over recent years proved that the synthetic drug Fentanyl was more potent than morphine. Several cases identified with this synthetic drug and initiated a method called Biocompatible Soild-Phase MicroExtraction (BioSPME) to analyze the presence of fentanyl in blood of a victim. A uniform toxicological analysis has to perform in the death investigation to ensure the percentage of drug present in the body.