16th International Symposium on Human Identification Poster Abstracts

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Poster # Author Title
1 SanPietro and Schwartz A Streamlined Approach to STR Analysis
2 Webb MtDNA Reference Database for the Domestic Dog
3 Schumm Detection of a 1% to 2% Minor Contributor in a DNA Sample Mixture from Human Milk
4 Schubbert Analysis and Interpretation of Microvariants Present in Several Tetranucleotide Canine STR’S
5 Tereba Advances in High Throughput Processing of Casework and Database Samples
6 Lee Inter-Laboratory Studies on the PowerPlex® Y using the FMBIO® III PLUS
7 Hagiwara The Development of a Droplet Quantity Liquid Preparation System 
8 Perlin Automated Quality Assurance for the Forensic DNA Laboratory
9 Lenigk and Payre Integrated Approach to Automation of STR Analysis System
10 Mikulasovich M48 BioRobot Forensic Validation-Progress to Date
11 Tierney GenCode: A Permanent Sample Identification System
12 Cotton Comparison of Quantitative Information Obtained from Real Time PCR and Expert System Analysis of Profiles Containing Male Female Mixtures
13 Strausbaugh Forensic Applications of GeneChip® Mitochondrial Resequencing Arrays
14 Roth and Schmechel Presenting Mitochondrial DNA Statistics in the Courtroom
15 DeGuglielmo Comparison of DNA Stability on Both Treated and Untreated Matrices
16 Cave ABI Prism® 3100 Genetic Analyzer Instrument to Instrument Variation
17 Hsu To Obtain Abundant Whole Genome DNA from a Single Hair Follicle
18 Brenner Simultaneous versus serial DNA identification of related disaster victims
19 Saremi PCR Optimization for Ancient DNA from Bone
20 Suren Y-Chromosome STR Haplotype Profiling in the Mongolian Population
21 Amory Bones, Teeth and Hair Analysis of Siberian Mummies: Another Way for Authentication of the Results?
22 Kan QA/QC Tracking of High-throughput DNA Databasing
23 Paredes Analysis of the Hypervariable Microsatellite Locus HUMACTBP2 (SE33) in Colombian Population
24 Gibson and Bazinet Use of the Invitrogen CST® Forensic DNA Purification Kit
25 Yen Applied Biosystems 7500 Real-Time PCR System Forensic Validation with the Quantifiler™ Human DNA Quantification Kit and Quantifiler™ Y Human Male DNA Quantification Kit Assays
26 Peterson DDC Plex: The Use of Additional STR Loci for Solving Difficult Parentage and Sibship Tests
27 Al Shamali The Bones Can Tell: Skeletal Remains Identified After 11 Years
28 Wang The Probable Number of Contributors to a STR DNA Mixture
29 Hashiyada Multiplex Typing of 74 Y-SNPs in Japanese using Liquid Bead Array Technology
30 Ban High-Throughput STR Typing Using a 96-Lane Microfabricated Capillary Array Electrophoresis Device
31 Komuro Identification of Burned Body and Complete Denture by DNA Analysis
32 Tsutsumi Detection of Amelogenin Region from Dental Pulp by Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP)
33 Senju The Detection of Heteroplasmy from Limited Amount of Mitochondrial DNA
34 Perella Separation of Individuals in Mass Disasters and other Sets of Commingled Remains: Acquisition and use of Appropriate Reference Samples
35 Carroll Success of the Break and Enter DNA Processing Unit (BEDPU)
36 Schlisserman Optimization, Validation, and Automation of DNA Extraction from Bones and Teeth Using the DNA IQ™ System and the BioMek® 2000 Automation Workstation
37 Castro Evaluation of Genetics Profiles on Tissue Samples Transferred to FTA Paper
38 Loreille Characterization and Reversal of Extensive DNA crosslinking in Skeletal Remains from the Korean War Treated with Formaldehyde-Based Mortuary Compounds
39 Winston Alternative Y-STR Amplification Method for Minimal Male Concentration Samples
40 Warren Education of the Forensic DNA Analyst in the 21st Century
41 Chang Characterization of the N+3 Stutter Product in the Trinucleotide Repeat Locus DYS392
42 Taylor Validation of Identifiler PCR Amplification and Typing Kit
43 Nicklas Development of a Real-Time Multiplex Assay for Total Human DNA and Male DNA Quantitation Using Alu and Y-specific Repeats
44 Miller Using mtDNA SNP Typing to Resolve Common HV1/HV2 Types in Highly Degraded Samples from a Missing Persons Case
45 Viaznikova Can Fingerprint be used as a Reliable DNA Source?
46 Steadman Applications of Whole Genome Amplification Prior to STR Typing of Limited Quantity Samples
47 Evans Quantitation of Canine DNA by Real-Time PCR using the Canine Melanocortin 1 Receptor Gene
48 Basten White-Tailed Deer DNA Links Hunter to Homicide
49 Lima Development of an In-House Electronic Sample Tracking System for use in Automated High Throughput Forensic DNA Analysis
50 Einum Derivation of the Random Grandparents Not Excluded (RGPNE) Statistic
51 Cassel Validation of the 3130 Series System Upgrades for use in Forensic Laboratories
52 Smitherman The Utilization of the Ampligrid A60 System™ in Forensically Relevant Low Copy Number DNA Samples
53 Phayre Electrophoresis: Module Development for an Integrated STR Typing System
54 Ritzline Fully Automated DNA Extraction and Isolation from Small Batches of Forensic Casework Samples as Part of a Complete Automation Scheme
55 Lenigk Towards Automated STR-Typing: Differential Extraction and PCR Amplification with Plastic Microfluidic Devices
56 Kline NIST Mixture Interpretation Interlaboratory Study 2005 (MIX05)
57 Sippel Validation of Multiplex STR Systems for the Investigation of Familial Relationships in Difficult Cases
58 Ackermann The Validation and Implementation of the Biomek™ 2000 Laboratory Automation Workstation using the Promega DNA IQ™ System for Extracting DNA from Oral Swabs
59 Nicholson The Effects of Ultraviolet Light Exposure on DNA Analysis of Fingerprints
60 Lee Optimization Strategies for DNA Storage
61 Stubert Team of Forensic Experts Aid Investigations through Expeditious Recognition, Collection, and Analysis of DNA evidence
62 Marino Relevant Genetic Contribution of Amerindian to the Extant Population of Argentina
63 Marino On-Line Autosomal and Y- STR Reference Database of Argentina
64 Marino Optimized Room Temperature Human Cadaveric Tissue Preservation for DNA Extraction
65 Eisenberg A Novel Laminated Micro Card for a Simple and Efficient Method to Directly Transfer Buccal Epithelial Cells onto FTA® Paper
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