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Examines the methods of current forensic DNA typing, the process of DNA testing from collection of samples through DNA extraction, DNA quantitation, DNA amplification, and statistical interpretation. It discusses the use of DNA databases and ethical concerns.
This work provides forensic DNA analysts coverage of DNA mixture interpretation and statistical analysis of DNA evidence, with worked mixture examples illustrating the impact of different statistical approaches for reporting results.
The NIH genetic sequence database is an annotated collection of all publicly available DNA sequences. The database is designed for the scientific community to provide and encourage access to the most up-to-date and comprehensive DNA sequence information.