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    1. Taroni, F; Aitken, CGG; Garbolino, P
      De Finetti's subjectivism, the assessment of probabilities and the evaluation of evidence: a commentary for forensic scientists

      SCIENCE & JUSTICE
    2. Harbison, SA; Hamilton, JF; Walsh, SJ
      The New Zealand DNA databank: its development and significance as a crime solving tool

      SCIENCE & JUSTICE
    3. Tagliabracci, A; Turchi, C; Buscemi, L; Sassaroli, C
      Polymorphism of the mitochondrial DNA control region in Italians

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    4. Lederer, T; Betz, P; Seidl, S
      DNA analysis of fingernail debris using different multiplex systems: a case report

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    5. Hellmann, A; Rohleder, U; Schmitter, H; Wittig, M
      STR typing of human telogen hairs - a new approach

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    6. Foreman, LA; Evett, IW
      Statistical analyses to support forensic interpretation for a new ten-locus STR profiling system

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    7. Ono, T; Miyaishi, S; Yamamoto, Y; Yoshitome, K; Ishikawa, T; Ishizu, H
      Human identification from forensic materials by amplification of a human-specific sequence in the myoglobin gene

      ACTA MEDICA OKAYAMA
    8. Walsh, SJ; Cullen, JR; Harbison, SA
      Allele frequencies for the four major sub-populations of New Zealand at the 10 AMPFlSTR SGM Plus loci

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    9. Parson, W; Steinlechner, M
      Efficient DNA database laboratory strategy for high through-put STR typingof reference samples

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    10. Prinz, M; Ishii, A; Coleman, A; Baum, HJ; Shaler, RC
      Validation and casework application of a Y chromosome specific STR multiplex

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    11. Hoff-Olsen, P; Jacobsen, S; Mevag, B; Olaisen, B
      Microsatellite stability in human post-mortem tissues

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    12. Lowe, AL; Urquhart, A; Foreman, LA; Evett, IW
      Inferring ethnic origin by means of an STR profile

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    13. Corach, D; Risso, LF; Marino, M; Penacino, G; Sala, A
      Routine Y-STR typing in forensic casework

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    14. Watson, S; Allsop, R; Foreman, L; Kelsey, Z; Gill, P
      Sequenced allelic ladders and population genetics of a new STR multiplex system

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    15. Ingall, RE; Crisp, BF
      Determinants of home style: The many incentives for going home in Colombia

      LEGISLATIVE STUDIES QUARTERLY
    16. Gill, P
      Application of low copy number DNA profiling

      CROATIAN MEDICAL JOURNAL
    17. Gill, P; Koumi, P; Allen, H
      Sizing short tandem repeat alleles in capillary array gel electrophoresis instruments

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    18. Perlin, MW; Szabady, B
      Linear mixture analysis: A mathematical approach to resolving mixed DNA samples

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    19. Webb, LG; Egan, SE; Turbett, GR
      Recovery of DNA for forensic analysis from lip cosmetics

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    20. Grieve, MC; Wiggins, KG
      Fibers under fire: Suggestions for improving their use to provide forensicevidence

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    21. Moretti, TR; Baumstark, AL; Defenbaugh, DA; Keys, KM; Smerick, JB; Budowle, B
      Validation of short tandem repeats (STRs) for forensic usage: Performance testing of fluorescent multiplex STR systems and analysis of authentic and simulated forensic samples

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    22. Grieve, MC
      A survey on the evidential value of fibres and the interpretation of the findings in fibre transfer cases. Part 2 - interpretation and reporting

      SCIENCE & JUSTICE
    23. Sano, K; Takayanagi, K; Kaneko, T; Liu, CY; Kinoshita, T; Nakamura, N; Asamura, H; Ito, M; Fukushima, H; Hotchi, M
      Application of short tandem repeat of genomic DNA and mitochondrial DNA for identification of mixed-up tissue specimens

      PATHOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
    24. Parson, W; Pegoraro, K; Niederstatter, H; Foger, M; Steinlechner, M
      Species identification by means of the cytochrome b gene

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    25. Crespillo, M; Luque, JA; Paredes, M; Fernandez, R; Ramirez, E; Valverde, JL
      Mitochondrial DNA sequences for 118 individuals from northeastern Spain

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    26. Henssge, C; Althaus, L; Bolt, J; Freislederer, A; Haffner, HT; Henssge, CA; Hoppe, B; Schneider, V
      Experiences with a compound method for estimating the time since death. I.Rectal temperature nomogram for time since death

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    27. Henssge, C; Althaus, L; Bolt, J; Freislederer, A; Haffner, HT; Henssge, CA; Hoppe, B; Schneider, V
      Experiences with a compound method for estimating the time since death II.Integration of non-temperature-based methods

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    28. Dimo-Simonin, N; Grange, F; Taroni, F; Brandt-Casadevall, C; Mangin, P
      Forensic evaluation of mtDNA in a population from south west Switzerland

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    29. Foreman, LA; Lambert, JA
      Genetic differentiation within and between four UK ethnic groups

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    30. Bender, K; Schneider, PM; Rittner, C
      Application of mtDNA sequence analysis in forensic casework for the identification of human remains

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    31. Wittig, H; Augustin, C; Baasner, A; Bulnheim, U; Dimo-Simonin, N; Edelmann, J; Hering, S; Jung, S; Lutz, S; Michael, M; Parson, W; Poetsch, M; Schneider, PM; Weichhold, G; Krause, D
      Mitochondrial DNA in the central european population Human identification with the help of the forensic mt-DNA D-Loop-Base Database

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    32. Gill, P; Whitaker, J; Flaxman, C; Brown, N; Buckleton, J
      An investigation of the rigor of interpretation rules for STRs derived from less than 100 pg of DNA

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    33. Gill, P; Sparkes, R; Fereday, L; Werrett, DJ
      Report of the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENSFI): formulation and testing of principles to evaluate STR multiplexes

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    34. Shrestha, S; Strathdee, SA; Brahmbhatt, H; Farzadegan, H; Vlahov, D; Smith, MW
      Short tandem repeat methodology for genotypic identification of single-person versus multi-person use of syringes

      AIDS
    35. Seo, Y; Uchiyama, T; Shimizu, K; Takahama, K
      Identification of remains by sequencing of mitochondrial DNA control region

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY
    36. Bunch, SG
      Consecutive matching striation criteria: A general critique

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    37. Greenspoon, SA; Lytle, PJ; Turek, SA; Rolands, JM; Scarpetta, MA; Carr, CD
      Validation of the PowerPlex 1.1 (TM) loci for use in human identification

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    38. Balding, DJ
      When can a DNA profile be regarded as unique?

      SCIENCE & JUSTICE
    39. Lockerbie, B
      The partisan component to the incumbency advantage: 1956-1996

      POLITICAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY
    40. Gerstenberger, J; Hummel, S; Schultes, T; Hack, B; Herrmann, B
      Reconstruction of a historical genealogy by means of STR analysis and Y-haplotyping of ancient DNA

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    41. Neuhuber, F; Radacher, M; Meisner, N; Tutsch-Bauer, E
      Nine STR markers plus amelogenin (AmpFlSTR Profiler Plus): a forensic study in an Austrian population

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    42. Miscicka-Sliwka, D; Czarny, J; Berent, JA; Grzybowski, T; Wozniak, M
      Population genetics of the STRs vWA, D3S1358 and FGA in the Pomerania-Kujawy region of Poland

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    43. Hantschel, M; Hausmann, R; Lederer, T; Martus, P; Betz, P
      Population genetics of nine short tandem repeat (STR) loci - DNA typing using the AmpFISTR Profiler PCR amplification kit

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE
    44. Bataille, M; Crainic, K; Leterreux, M; Durigon, M; de Mazancourt, P
      Multiplex amplification of mitochondrial DNA for human and species identification in forensic evaluation

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    45. Hoff-Olsen, P; Mevag, B; Staalstrom, E; Hovde, B; Egeland, T; Olaisen, B
      Extraction of DNA from decomposed human tissue - An evaluation of five extraction methods for short tandem repeat typing

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    46. Dore, MM
      The retail method of social work: The role of the New York School in the development of clinical practice

      SOCIAL SERVICE REVIEW
    47. Donnelly, P; Friedman, RD
      DNA database searches and the legal consumption of scientific evidence

      MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW
    48. Herrera, R; Yawn, M
      The emergence of the personal vote

      JOURNAL OF POLITICS
    49. Frank, WE; Llewellyn, BS; Llewellyn, BE
      A time course study on STR profiles derived from human bone, muscle, and bone marrow

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    50. Fregeau, CJ; Bowen, KL; Fourney, RM
      Validation of highly polymorphic fluorescent multiplex short tandem repeatsystems using two generations of DNA sequencers

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    51. GRIFFITHS RAL; BARBER MD; JOHNSON PE; GILLBARD SM; HAYWOOD MD; SMITH CD; ARNOLD J; BURKE T; URQUHART AJ; GILL P
      NEW REFERENCE ALLELIC LADDERS TO IMPROVE ALLELIC DESIGNATION IN A MULTIPLEX STR SYSTEM

      International journal of legal medicine
    52. PARSON W; PARSONS TJ; SCHEITHAUER R; HOLLAND MM
      POPULATION-DATA FOR 101 AUSTRIAN CAUCASIAN MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA D-LOOP SEQUENCES - APPLICATION OF MTDNA SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS TO A FORENSIC CASE

      International journal of legal medicine
    53. Inoue, S; Yamamoto, Y; Okamoto, O; Murakami, H; Miyaishi, S; Ishizu, H
      Improvement of sensitivity in HLA-DRB1 typing by semi-nested PCR-RFLP

      ACTA MEDICA OKAYAMA
    54. LACHICA E; GARCIAFERRER R
      STUDY OF SEMEN STAINS BY SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY - INFLUENCE OF THEIR AGING

      Forensic science international
    55. CLAYTON TM; WHITAKER JP; SPARKES R; GILL P
      ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF MIXED FORENSIC STAINS USING DNA STR PROFILING

      Forensic science international
    56. DIMOSIMONIN N; GRANGE F; KRATZER A; BRANDTCASADEVALL C; MANGIN P
      FORENSIC VALIDATION OF THE SHORT TANDEM REPEAT HUMACTBP2 USING CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS

      Electrophoresis
    57. ZAPPALA G
      THE MICROPOLITICS OF IMMIGRATION - SERVICE RESPONSIVENESS IN AN AUSTRALIAN ETHNIC ELECTORATE

      Ethnic and racial studies
    58. Rehr, H; Rosenberg, G; Showers, N; Blumenfield, S
      Social work in health care: Do practitioners' writings suggest an applied social science?

      SOCIAL WORK IN HEALTH CARE
    59. LEVITT SD; WOLFRAM CD
      DECOMPOSING THE SOURCES OF INCUMBENCY ADVANTAGE IN THE US HOUSE

      Legislative studies quarterly
    60. MAISEL LS; STONE WJ
      DETERMINANTS OF CANDIDATE EMERGENCE IN US HOUSE ELECTIONS - AN EXPLORATORY-STUDY

      Legislative studies quarterly
    61. MISCICKASLIWKA D; GRZYBOWSKI T
      HIGH MICROVARIATION SEQUENCE POLYMORPHISM AT SHORT TANDEM REPEAT LOCI- HUMAN BETA-ACTIN RELATED PSEUDOGENE AS AN EXAMPLE

      Electrophoresis
    62. MISCICKASLIWKA D; GRZYBOWSKI T; WOZNIAK M
      OPTIMIZATION OF A HEXAPLEX DNA AMPLIFICATION FROM SHORT TANDEM REPEATAND AMELOGENIN LOCI

      Electrophoresis
    63. LEVITT SD; SNYDER JM
      THE IMPACT OF FEDERAL SPENDING ON HOUSE ELECTION OUTCOMES

      Journal of political economy
    64. BRAUNER P; SHPITZEN M; FREUND M; MANNY N
      THE EFFECTS OF BLOOD-TRANSFUSIONS ON PCR DNA TYPING AT THE CSF1P0, TP0X, TH01, D1S80, HLA-DQA1, LDLR, GYPA, HBGG, D7S8 AND GC LOCI

      Journal of forensic sciences
    65. SPARKES R; KIMPTON C; GILBARD S; CARNE P; ANDERSEN J; OLDROYD N; THOMAS D; URQUHART A; GILL P
      THE VALIDATION OF A 7-LOCUS MULTIPLEX STR TEST FOR USE IN FORENSIC CASEWORK .2. ARTIFACTS, CASEWORK STUDIES AND SUCCESS RATES

      International journal of legal medicine
    66. FRIDEZ F; COQUOZ R
      PCR DNA TYPING OF STAMPS - EVALUATION OF THE DNA EXTRACTION

      Forensic science international
    67. KIMPTON CP; OLDROYD NJ; WATSON SK; FRAZIER RRE; JOHNSON PE; MILLICAN ES; URQUHART A; SPARKES BL; GILL P
      VALIDATION OF HIGHLY DISCRIMINATING MULTIPLEX SHORT TANDEM REPEAT AMPLIFICATION SYSTEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL IDENTIFICATION

      Electrophoresis
    68. LAMBERT JA; SATTERTHWAITE MJ; HARRISON PH
      A SURVEY OF GLASS FRAGMENTS RECOVERED FROM CLOTHING OF PERSONS SUSPECTED OF INVOLVEMENT IN CRIME

      Science & justice
    69. SHARMA BR; THOMPSON M; BOLDING JR; ZHONG YX; JIN L; CHAKRABORTY R
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF GENETIC-VARIATION AT 5 VNTR LOCI IN 3 ETHNIC-GROUPS OF HOUSTON, TEXAS

      Journal of forensic sciences
    70. LABER TL; IVERSON JT; LIBERTY JA; GIESE SA
      THE EVALUATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF MATCH CRITERIA FOR FORENSIC ANALYSIS OF DNA

      Journal of forensic sciences
    71. BODOWLE B; LINDSEY JA; DECOU JA; KOONS BW; GIUSTI AM; COMEY CT
      VALIDATION AND POPULATION STUDIES OF THE LOCI LDLR, GYPA, HBGG, D7S8,AND GC (PM LOCI), AND HLA-DQ-ALPHA USING A MULTIPLEX AMPLIFICATION AND TYPING PROCEDURE

      Journal of forensic sciences
    72. LOCKERBIE B
      THE SOPHOMORE SURGE - CONVERSION, MOBILIZATION, OR ABSTENTION

      Political research quarterly
    73. ROMERO DW; SANDERS F
      LOOSENED PARTISAN ATTACHMENTS AND RECEPTIVITY TO INCUMBENT BEHAVIORS - A PANEL ANALYSIS, 1972-1976

      Political research quarterly
    74. CHUAH SY; TAN WF; YAP KH; TAI HE; CHOW ST
      ANALYSIS OF THE D1S80 LOCUS BY AMPLIFIED FRAGMENT LENGTH POLYMORPHISMTECHNIQUE IN THE CHINESE, MALAYS AND INDIANS IN SINGAPORE

      Forensic science international
    75. HOCHMEISTER MN; BUDOWLE B; BORER UV; DIRNHOFER R
      SWISS POPULATION-DATA ON THE LOCI HLA-DQ-ALPHA, LDLR, GYPA, HBGG, D7S8, GC AND D1S80

      Forensic science international
    76. EVANS D
      POLICY AND PORK - THE USE OF PORK BARREL PROJECTS TO BUILD POLICY COALITIONS IN THE HOUSE-OF-REPRESENTATIVES

      American journal of political science
    77. MOON D; SERRA G; WEST JP
      CITIZENS CONTACTS WITH BUREAUCRATIC AND LEGISLATIVE OFFICIALS

      Political research quarterly
    78. KRASHINSKY M; MILNE WJ
      THE EFFECTS OF INCUMBENCY IN UNITED-STATES CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS, 1950-1988

      Legislative studies quarterly


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