Scholarena Journal of Forensic Science (SAJFS) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed journal which covers different aspects in the study of forensic science. Its research is focused on academic, medical and industrial applications.

SAJFS aims to publish latest research articles and serve the scientific community by exploring the ideas of the scientific researchers at the same time strive to publish quality articles, it plays a key role in exposure of reviewed articles through online for free and openly available to researchers worldwide.     

RECENT ARTICLES
A Case Report of Psychosis in a Patient of Myxedema: Myxedema Madness
Myxedema is one of the most important causes of organic psychosis and sometimes can be missed. There are some cases showing extreme degree of hypothyroidism leading to psychiatric illnesses like mania, depression and psychosis....
Tubular Apocrine Adenoma - Case Report and Systematic Review
Tubular apocrine adenomas are relatively rare, benign, skin adnexal tumors with a limited number of cases reported in the literature. Herein is offered an additional case, as well as a thorough review and analysis of all previously reported cases....
Urinary Beta2-Microglobulin is a Sensitive Indicator for Renal Tubular Injury
After filtration through the glomeruli of the kidney, β2-microglobulin is reabsorbed by the renal proximal tubules. Increase in urinary β2-microglobulin indicates tubular dysfunction, and measurement of β2-microglobulin in urine sediment is useful...
Metformin like Stress Response Modulating Effects of Turmeric Curcuminoids in Mice
The aim of the study was to compare the protective efficacies of a single and repeated daily oral doses (5, 20, 80, and 320 mg/kg) of a Curcuma longa extract (C. longa) enriched in curcuminoids (95.4%) with those of metformin (100 mg/kg) against inte...
Role of memory formation (with emphasis on Hippocampal memory formation) and retrieval in cognitive learning
We are virtually learning all the time from our sensory stimuli. Sometimes we do it consciously and sometimes unconsciously. Basically, we absorb certain information from outside, convert them to suit our physiology and process them to guide our beha...
Suicidal Ligature Strangulation without a Knot - A Case Report
Strangulation is a form of death due to asphyxia. Suicide by ligature strangulation is rare & very unique. In suicidal strangulation, the signs of venous congestion are very well developed above the ligature mark....