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22nd International Symposium on Human Identification Poster Abstracts

NOTE: Documents in this collection are in PDF format.

Poster # Author Title
1 Turnbough Establishment of an Accelerated Training Certificate Program in Automated, High-throughput, Single-source DNA Sample Processing at the University of North Texas Health Science Center
2 David An On-Demand DNA Information Community
3 Williams Preserving the Truth: NIST / NIJ Technical Working Group on Biological Evidence Preservation
4 Miller Nuances and Pitfalls in Criminal DNA Relationship Testing
5 Alzate De leon Women Victims of Forced Disappearance in Colombia
6 Kim The Current Status and Future Challenges of Korean Criminal DNA Database
7 Welti "To Catch a Thief": Property Crime Cases in New York City
8 Gaviria Latin American Society of Forensic Genetics (SLAGF) Results of the Interlaboratory Quality Control Exercise 2010-2011
9 Houck An Event-based Definition of "Forensic" and "Biometric" Applications of Identification Technologies
10 Kelly Allele Frequency Studies in an Isolated Island Population
11 Scott Faster, Cheaper, Better – DNA Testing at ESR
12 McCord Developing an Understanding of PCR Inhibition Using Real Time PCR and Melt Curve Analysis
13 Dalzell Development of a One-Tube Extraction and Amplification Method for Cells Recovered by Laser Microdissection. Application to Forensic Casework
14 Muller Novel Technologies for Handling, Preserving, Storing and Analyzing Forensic DNA Samples
15 Gorman Differential Extractions without Mixtures: Validation of the Erase Sperm Isolation Kit
16 Kermekchiev Novel TAQ Mutant Enzymes and PCR Enhancers Designed for Forensics: Genotyping without DNA Extraction
17 Schubbert Validation of the FastGene Direct PCR Kit for Analyses of Forensic Samples
18 Di Pasquale Development and Validation of a Rapid qPCR Assay for Assessing the Quantity and Quality of Human DNA in Forensic Samples
19 Reich High Throughput Solution to Sperm Searching Coupled with Microprocessor Controlled Picking of Sperm Cells
20 Hall DNA Forensic Marker Analysis with the Abbott PLEX-ID System
21 McCollum Internal Validation of Sperm Hy-Liter for the Identification of Sperm Cells
22 Nori Application of Pressure Cycling Technology (PCT) in Differential Extraction
23 Hoffman Feasibility Study to Develop a Method for Automating Differential Extraction and DNA Isolation: A Comparison of Automated Systems
24 Barker The Utilization of Pressure Cycling Technology to Enhance DNA Extraction from Low Template Samples
25 Robertson Optimizing UV-Treatment of Consumables Used in STR Analysis to Eliminate DNA from Contaminant Blood and Saliva
26 Curtis Acquisition and Manufacture of Biological Samples for Validation, Training, Competency and Proficiency
27 Mendel Evaluation of a Novel DNA Extraction Technique, for Optimal Recovery of DNA from Epithelial Cells
28 Hagan Optimization of PCR for Microfluidic Amplification of STR Loci
29 Ludeman Novel Lysis Chemistry for Extraction of DNA from Calcified Tissues and other Complex Sample Types
30 Phillips The Effects of Acid Phosphatase Mapping on DNA Recovery
31 Moudouni Capturing the Moment: Photographing DNA Swabs and PSA Cassettes of Serology Test Results
32 Gonzalez An Evaluation of Cutting Sexual Assault Kit Swabs Directly for Differential Extraction Without Prescreening
33 Hernandez Performance of DNA IQ Casework Beta Kit for Maxwell 16 for DNA Extraction from Difficult Skeletal Remains: A First Approach
34 Maneeratana Materials Development for Swab Applications with Improved Collection and Release Efficiencies for DNA
35 Mandrekar Improved performance for Forensic Casework: Extraction and Isolation Updates for the Maxwell® 16 Instrument
36 Haddadin STR Typing: A Novel Approach to Direct PCR Amplification from FTA Cards
37 Zhong Direct Amplification Approaches to Streamlining Databasing Sample Processing
38 Butler Characteristics of 23 Commonly Used STR Loci and U.S. Population Date with the Recently Announced Expanded CODIS Core Loci
39 Cotton Impact of the SWGDAM Mixture Interpretation Guidelines: Successes, Issues and Suggested Future Directions
40 Mouritsen Estimating Genetic Ancestry Using the Investigative-LEAD (Law Enforcement Ancestry DNA) Test
41 Kline Examination of DNA Mixture Proportion Variability Using Multiple STR Typing Kits and NIST Standard Reference Material 2391c Component D
42 Butts Validation of PowerPlex® 16HS and PowerPlex® 18D on the Applied Biosystems 3500 Genetic Analyzer and an Examination of Signal Normalization Identifiler Plus
43 Budowle Variants Observed for the STR Locus SE33: A Concordance Study
44 Schnibbe Development of a Rapid Multi-Locus Fluorescent STR Multiplex Chemistry with Improved Signal-to-Noise and Inhibitor Tolerance Characteristics
45 Hill Concordance Testing Comparing Commercial STR Multiplex Kits with a Standard Data Set
46 Perry Stochastic and Analytical Threshold for Identifiler on the 3100 and 3130
47 Zhou Development of a Rapid DNA Typing Approach for Faster Forensic Suspect Screening
48 Chang Genetic Analysis of US Population Samples Using An X-STR 20-Plex PCR Assay
49 Moon Chimerism of Somatic Cells in an Individual: STR Genotyping on Forensic Cases
50 Fleming Nucleic Acids, Nails and the Post-Mortem Interval
51 Kun Development and Validation of a Canine MiniSTR Panel for Forensic Casework
52 Kwak Comparison of Various STR Kits and Analysis Conditions for Low Template DNA Samples
53 Schnitzer Message from the 10th Century Hidden in the Ancient DNA
54 Ring Measurement of a Stochastic Threshold and Development of a Reduced Volume Reaction for PowerPlex® 16 HS and Identifiler Plus
55 Gavilan Analysis of X-STR Markers in Peruvian Populations from Coast, Andean and Amazon Jungle Regions
56 Carroll Direct Amplification of Convicted Offender Blood Samples Archived on FTA Cards Using Identifiler Direct and PowerPlex® 16 HS and the Applied Biosystems 3730 DNA Analyzer
57 Laurin A Fast-Cycling Protocol for Rapid Generation of AmpFlSTR Identifiler Profiles for Human Identification
58 Bundschuh Identifying STRs in Next Generation Sequencing Data
59 Wang Identification and Secondary Structure Analysis of a Region Affecting Electrophoretic Mobility of the STR Locus SE33
60 Cavanaugh The Effect of Harsh Environment and Indirect Human Activity on the Perseverance of DNA
61 Bohorquez Identification of a Disappeared Person Through the Typing of STRs and miniSTRs Markers of DNA Extracted from Skeletal Remains Exhumed from Meta Department (Colombia)
62 Bryan A Simulation Model of DNA Template Quality, Used in Validating a Genetics Ancestry Estimation System for Forensic Applications
63 Myers Validation of Direct Amplification of STR's Using PowerPlex® 18D and Identifiler Direct Systems
64 Teske Use of the Promega PowerPlex® 18D System and Swab-2 Solution for High-Throughput DNA Databasing of OMNI Swabs
65 Fan Implementation of the PowerPlex® 18D System in Casework
66 McLaren Direct Amplification from Buccal Swabs and Non-FTA Cards
67 Oostdik Developmental Validation of the PowerPlex® 18D System, a Rapid STR Multiplex for Analysis of Single-Source Samples
68 Schubbert Mixed Profiles on a Cemetery: Analysis of Porcine DNA Helps to Solve a Case of Grave Defilement
69 Reynolds Scientific Analysis to Determine if the Identity of Skeletal Remains from the Northfield Historical Society is that of Jesse James Gang Member Charley Pitts
70 Fiallos Use of STRs DNA Profiles in Human Identification in Ecuador
71 McLaren Improved Primer Pairs for the SE33 Locus in the PowerPlex® ESI 17 Pro System
72 Eisenberg Examination of Novel Y STR Loci to Enhance Paternal Lineage Forensic Analyses
73 Barretto Cicarelli Study of the Y Chromosome SNP's in Population of the State of Espirito Santa, Brazil
74 Masters Y-screening: The New Method That Turns Your Microscope into a Paperweight
75 Hanson Y-Chromosome Specific Nested PCR Pre-Amplification Method for Improved Detected of Male DNA
76 Ki Min Y-STR Haplotypes in South Korean Population Groups and Application in Crime Cases
77 Chen hYperplex - A Y-STR Multiplex Genotyping Panel with Hyper-Discriminatory Capacity
78 Marshall Improved Tools for Examining Low Copy Number (LCN) DNA Obtained from Challenged or Degraded Samples
79 Hughes-Stamm STR Genotyping of Environmentally Challenged Skeletal Samples
80 Kitayama Comparison of Detection Rate Between SNP and STR for Typing of Degraded DNA
81 LeFebvre A Comparison of Concentration Methods for Low Copy Number Forensic DNA Analysis
82 Lee Comparison of Collection Methods from Touch Samples on Metals and Wearer Samples from Simulated Mixtures on Clothing
83 Redmond Touch DNA from Property Crimes - CODIS Success Stories
84 Marino Analysis of Casework Samples from Sweat
85 van Daal Identification of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) Involved in the Determination of Physical Appearance
86 LaRue Indel Markers for Human Identification: Validation of the Investigator DIPplex Human Identification Kit
87 Godbold Human Biometriome Library
88 Staub A Software Application to Manage and Search DNA Profiles and Perform Familial Searches
89 Dormer Combining DNA Evidence for Greater Match Information
90 Johnson Validation of CaseLynx a Novel Laboratory Information Management System Incorporating RFID Tags
91 Ge Familial Searching Software: MPKin FS Edition™
92 Snyder-Leiby Streamlined STR Analysis and Relationship Testing Statistics for Single Source (Missing Persons, Paternity) and Mixture Profiles using GeneMarker HID Human Identity Software
93 Riley OSIRIS Version 2.0: Intelligent DNA Profile Analysis and Quality Assurance Software
94 Lago Software to Perform DNA Mixture Profile Deconvolution
95 Tack Next Generation Forensic DNA Instrumentation Solutions from Hamilton Robotics
96 Wilson Next Generation DNA Sequencing of Human Mitochondrial DNA Amplicons - Technical and Interpretational Issues
97 Unger Validation of the Illumina Eco for Fast, Reliable, Cost Effective qPCR
98 Schmedes The Use of Synchronous Coefficient of Drag Alteration (SCODA) Technology to Extract, Purify, and Concentrate DNA from Challenging or Degraded Forensic Samples
99 Albert Do You Really Know What your Robot is Doing? - The Importance of Paying Attention to Liquid Handling Details
100 Rodgers Automation of DNA Purification for Mitochondrial DNA Analysis
101 Reedy Rapid STR Separations on Polymeric Multichannel Microfluidic Devices
102 Aboud Rapid STR Screening Using Short Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis
103 Asogawa Development of Portable and Rapid Human DNA Analysis System Aiming On-Site Screening
104 Balsam CODIS STR Template Enrichment by Affinity Bead Capture and its Application in Forensic DNA Analysis
105 Madi Epigenetic Markers: A Forensic Tool for the Determination of Biofluids Present at Sexual Assault and other Crime Scenes
106 Dixon Development of a Single Mitochondrial DNA Amplification Strategy for Two Platforms: Next Generation and Sanger Sequencing from the Same Amplicon Library
107 Duncan Analysis of the U.K., European, and CODIS Core STR Loci by PCR / Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry
108 Parker Use of Proteins to Obtain Measure of Identity in the Absence of Usable DNA
109 Kallifatidis Identification of Hallucinogenic and Toxic Fungi by Random Amplified Microsatellites (RAMS)
110 Moshkevich A Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test Using Fetal Free Floating DNA from Maternal Blood
111 McElfresh Advanced Forensic Sample Analysis Utilizing Genome Wide Identification: Complex Mixtures and Copy Number Variants
112 Manriquez Evaluation of PowerPlex® ESI 17 Amplification Kit in a Admixed Hispano-Amerindian Population Sample of Valparaiso, Chile
113 Li STR Data for 15 Loci for the Chinese Population in Hong Kong
114 Builes-Gomez Colombian Results of the Quality Control Exercise Interlaboratory 2009-2010
115 Ensenberger Development of a New PowerPlex® STR System for Human Identification
116 Aparecida da Silva Evaluation of Quality Parameters of Genetic Profiles for Bone Sample Extracted by Automated System (Maxwell 16)
117 Beard-Mitchell The Biometrics Identity Management Agency (BIMA) & DoD Biometrics

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