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Presumptive blood test using Hemastix with EDTA in archaeology2014 Journal of archaeological science 41: 230-41
  • Carney D. Matheson
  • Margaret-Ashley Veall
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
DNA and protein recovery from washed experimental stone tools2004 Archaeometry 46 (4): 663-72
  • M. Kornfeld
  • O. C. Shanks
  • W. Ream
H6/KE [ARCHAEOMETRY-]0003-813X
The use of luminol as a presumptive blood test for prehistoric archaeological artifacts2004 North American archaeologist 25 (2): 153-9
  • Al Vish
  • Theodore E. Yeshion
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
Red blood cell haemataphonomy of experimental human bloodstains on techno-prehistoric lithic raw materials2002 Journal of archaeological science 29 (7): 733-39
  • Policarp Hortola
0305-4403
Recovery of protein and DNA trapped in stone tool microcracks2001 Journal of archaeological science 28 (9): 965-72
  • Anthony T. Vella
  • Orin C. Shanks
  • Robson Bonnichsen
  • Walt Ream
H6 [NATURAL-]0305-4403
Immunological and DNA analysis of blood residues from a surgeon's kit used in the American Civil War1998 Journal of archaeological science 25 (6): 553-7
  • Margaret E. Newman
A new discovery at the Folsom type site1997 Plains anthropologist 42 (161): 371-4
  • E. James Dixon
Reply to Newman et al. [see , Newman, Kooyman, and Ceri, this issue 1023-7]1997 Journal of archaeological science 24 (11): 1029-30
  • Stuart J. Fiedel
'Blood' from stones? Probably: a response to Fiedel1997 Journal of archaeological science 24 (11): 1023-27
  • M. E. Newman
comments on 'Blood from stones? Some methodological and interpretive problems in blood residue analysis' by S Fiedel in J archaeol Sci 1996 (23:1) 139-47; with reply by Fredel, see this issue, 1029-30