28th International Symposium on Human Identification
Come in, stay awhile and see what’s new with Promega at ISHI 28. Fuel up and learn about several new products at booth #201.
- Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA—6th floor.
- Tuesday, October 3, 2017 – Thursday, October 5, 2017
Guiding your way through the forensic workflow requires energy. We can help you stay on track and escape the daily grind.
We will be showcasing several new products as part of the complete workflow solution, including Spectrum CE System, Spectrum Compact CE System and PowerSeq™ System.
This is the place you want to be!
- Tuesday, October 3: 7:30am – 5:30pm (3:30 – 5:30 are odd numbered poster presentations)
- Wednesday, October 4: 7:30am – 5:15pm (3:20 – 5:15 are even numbered poster presentations)
- Thursday, October 5: 7:30 – 10:50am
SCIENTIFIC POSTER PRESENTATIONS
You can also learn more about Promega by visiting our posters. The following posters will be presented during the afternoon breaks Tuesday and Wednesday.
Evaluation of the Casework Direct Kit For Efficient Screening of Sexual Assault and Touch DNA Samples
Mary Loten, Poster #25 (Presenting on Tuesday, October 3)
An Improved Capillary Electrophoresis System For Human Identification
Benjamin Krenke, Poster #55 (Presenting on Tuesday, October 3)
Eight-Dye PowerPlex® STR System For Improved Human Identification on the Spectrum CE System
Michael Lauck, Poster #56 (Presenting on Wednesday, October 4)
Sequencing With the Spectrum Compact CE-System: A Personal Capillary Electrophoresis Device
Bob McLaren, Ph.D, Poster #58 (Presenting on Wednesday, October 4)
The Spectrum Compact CE System–Fragment Analysis
Cynthia Sprecher, Poster #61 (Presenting on Tuesday, October 3)
Whole Mitochondrial DNA Analysis by Massively Parallel sequencing Using the Powerseq™ Whole Mito System
Spenser Hermanson, Poster #81 (Presenting on Tuesday, October 3)
Improving the Workflow for Mitochondrial Control Region Analysis With Massively Parallel Sequencing
Lotte Downey, Poster #92 (Presenting on Wednesday, October 4)