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Electrophoresis 21(2), 347-350. Short tandem repeat analysis in Japanese population. 2000

Hashiyada, M.

Notes: This paper describes a Japanese population study of the loci contained in the PowerPlex 1.1 and 2.1 Systems. (2287)

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Am. J. Forensic. Med. Pathol. 21(2), 97–100. Isolation and identification of female DNA on postcoital penile swabs. 2000

Cina, S.J., Collins, K.A., Pettenati, M.J. and Fitts, M.

Notes: In this study, DNA isolates were typed using the PowerPlex® 1.1 System. (2286)

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Arch. Pathol. Lab. Med. 124, 1083–1086. Isolation and identification of male and female DNA on a postcoital condom. 2000

Cina, M.S., Collins, K.A., Fitts, M. and Pettenati, M.J.

Notes: The authors swabbed internal and external surfaces of a postcoital codom to screen for the presence of female cells and isolated DNA from the swabs using standard organic extraction. The PowerPlex® 1.1 System was used to amplify 8 STR loci plus amelogenin and identify the source of DNA from both surfaces. Amplification products were detected using a Hitachi FMBIO® II fluorescence detection system. Only female DNA was detected on the external surface, and only male DNA was detected on the internal surface. (2285)

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Forensic Sci. Int. 129, 43–50. A report of the 2000 and 2001 paternity testing workshops of the English Speaking Working Group of the International Society for Forensic Genetics. 2000

Hallenberg, C. and Morling, N.

Notes: These authors present the results of the 2000 and 2001 Paternity Testing Workshops, which were held to compare DNA typing results and laboratory practices between laboratories. Participating labs received a questionnaire about their processes and blood samples for DNA analysis. The results were compiled, and 91% (2000) and 86% (2001) of labs used PCR-based methods for DNA typing, and typing errors occurred in 0.3% (2000) and 0.1% (2001) of the submitted results. The PCR-based STR-typing kits used in this study included the PowerPlex® 16 System and F13A01, FESFPS, F13B, LPL Multiplex (Fluorescein). (3834)

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Proceedings from First European Symposium on Human Identification , 90-104. Automated fluorescent detection of STR multiplexes - development of the GenePrint® PowerPlex® and FFFL Multiplexes for forensic and paternity applications. 1997

Schumm, J., Becker, S. and Sablowski, T.

Notes: The authors discuss development of the GenePrint® PowerPlex® and FFFL Multiplexes for forensic and paternity applications. (2247)

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