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17th International Symposium on Human Identification Oral Presentations

NOTE: Documents in this collection are in PDF format.

Author Title
Ingo Bastisch The Thai Tsunami Victim Identification—Challenge and Lessons Learned
Bruce Budowle Clarification of Statistical Issues Related to the Operation of CODIS
Michael Cariola Success is in the Eye of the Beholder: The Effect of Technical Specifications on Success Rates
Jessica Charak Adapting AFDIL's PowerPlex® 16 Interpretational Guidelines For Use With The FSS-I3™ Expert System
George "Woody" Clarke The San Diego DNA Project
Robin Cotton Use Of PCR Controls In Forensic DNA Labs: Standards, Practices and Limitations
Arthur Eisenberg Development of New Tools to Aid in the Identification of Missing Persons and Unidentified Human Remains
Brian Harmon Completion and Utilization of a DNA Database for Kinship-Based Identifications of Children Separated From Their Families During El Salvador's Civil War
Richard Mathies Integrated Portable Microchip System for Rapid Forensic STR Typing
Julio Mulero Developmental Validation of the AmpFlSTR® MiniFiler™ PCR Amplification Kit: A 9-Plex MiniSTR Assay for the Analysis of Compromised DNA Samples
Walther Parson DNA Investigations of the Putative Mozart Skull
Mark Perlin Scientific Validation of Mixture Interpretation Methods
Carsten Proff Investigations on Combined Single Cell, LCN and Degraded DNA Profiling by Redundant On-Chip Low Volume PCR (LV-PCR)
Evgeny Rogaev Reconstruction of Authentic Complete Mitochondrial Genome Sequence from Ancient DNA: Perspectives for Evolutionary, Historical and Forensic Identifications
Lois Tully The DNA Forensics Technical Working Group (TWG): How Crime Laboratory Practitioners are Strengthening the Research and Development Programs of the National Institute of Justice
Charlotte Word and W. Mark Dale Quality Management System Concept & Tools: "Mistakes Happen—What to Do When it Happens to You and How to Prevent Them"
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