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DNA Amplification for Forensic Analysts

Works Cited & Online Links

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  1. Jobling, M. A., and P. Gill. 2004. Encoded evidence: DNA in forensic analysis. Nature Reviews Genetics 5 (10): 739–51.
  2. Gill, P., and A. Kirkham. 2004. Development of a simulation model to assess the impact of contamination in casework using STRs. J Sci 49 (3): 485–91.
  3. Gill, P., J. Whitaker, C. Flaxman, N. Brown, and J. Buckleton. 2000. An investigation of the rigor of interpretation rules for STRs derived from less than 100 pg of DNA. Forensic Sci Int 112 (1): 17–40.
  4. Gil, P. 2002. Role of short tandem repeat DNA in forensic casework in the UK: Past, present, and future perspectives. Biotechniques 32 (2): 366–8, 370, 372 passim.
  5. Scherczinger, C. A., C. Ladd, M. T. Bourke, M. S. Adamowicz, P. M. Johannes, R. Scherczinger, T. Beesley, and H. C. Lee. 1999. A systematic analysis of PCR contamination. J Forensic Sci 44 (5): 1042–5.
  6. Butler, John M. 2005. Forensic DNA typing: Biology, technology, and genetics of STR markers 2nd ed. Burlington, MA: Elsevier Academic Press.

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