AbP•ID is a fast, accurate and economical forensic, human identification tool for law enforcement, government agencies and health care.
A Presumptive Test for DNA
An AbP•ID test is a remarkably effective identification screening tool to include or exclude potential suspects, and can help determine which evidence samples should be DNA tested. AbP•ID tests provide fast results and are conducted with simple, uncomplicated equipment by lab techs. AbP•ID is a screening tool for use with blood evidence. Other AbP•ID tests using saliva, semen and perspiration are in development.
Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Tool
Because AbP•ID provides results from blood evidence within two hours, it is uniquely efficient for cases with blood spatter or property crimes with multiple blood stains.
It enables crime labs to determine which evidence should be tested with DNA.
Infant Kidnapping Recovery
Because children up to the age of two have an antibody profile identical to their mother, AbP•ID has been used as a tool for the recovery of kidnapped infants. Using the AbP•ID technology, two such identification cases were resolved in Orange County, California.
Police Gang Task Forces
AbP•ID tests can be instrumental in efficiently helping to track gang activities. The AbP•ID database uploads profiles instantly, making it an easy tool to identify crime patterns.
Expanded Criminal Prosecution
The efficiency of AbP•ID allows law enforcement officials to prosecute crimes they might not have ever prosecute before. This includes all property crimes with blood, including breaking and entering, as well as grand theft auto cases.
Because AbP•ID provides accurate, reliable results quickly, it is an ideal tool for identifying and reassembling human remains during times of war, hurricanes, plane crashes, terrorist attacks and other catastrophic events.
AbP•ID is also an effective tool in military intelligence as well as the identification of military personnel and individuals gaining access to military facilities.
AbP•ID tests can significantly help reduce patient identification errors in hospitals and health care facilities. This helps reduce mistakes during surgeries and patient treatment.