Assessing Heteroplasmic Variant Drift in the mtDNA Control Region of Human Hairs Using an MPS Approach
Assessment of Impact of DNA Extraction Methods on Analysis of Human Remain Samples on Massively Parallel Sequencing Success
Targeted Multiplexed Next Generation RNA Sequencing Assay for Tissue Source Determination of Forensic Samples
Pressure-Based Alkaline Lysis With Immunocapture, a Method for Enhanced Recovery in Differential Extraction
NOCIt: A Computational Method To Infer the Number of Contributors to DNA Samples Analyzed by STR Genotyping
Forgotten Evidence: A Mixed Methods Study of Why Sexual Assault Kits (SAKs) Are Not Submitted for DNA Forensic Testing
A Broadly Applicable Assay for Rapidly and Accurately Quantifying DNA Surface Coverage on Diverse Particles
Validation of a Probe Capture Next-Generation Sequencing Assay for Whole Mitochondrial Genome Analysis
Adaptation of the DNAse I procedure to the BiomekÃÂ® NXP robotic platform for more efficient and automated sexual assault sample processing
Crime laboratory and law enforcement personnel from three states discuss the value the NIJ-FBI Sexual Assault Kit Partnership to test sexual assault evidence and obtain investigatory leads.
During this partnership, NIJ is working with the FBI Laboratory in Quantico, Virginia, to test eligible kits from law enforcement agencies and laboratories across the country and develop best practices that can improve the quality and speed of sexual assault kit processing.