Contents - Forensic Science Communications - January 2008

Contents - Forensic Science Communications - January 2008

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January 2008 - Volume 10 - Number 1

Contents

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Rapid Electronic Detection of DNA and Nonnatural DNA Analogs for Molecular Marking Applications

Arica A. Lubin
Chunhai Fan
Morgan Schafer
Catherine Taylor Clelland
Carter Bancroft
Alan J. Heeger
Kevin W. Plaxco

Analysis of Bank Dye Evidence and the Challenges of Daubert Hearings

Pamela C. Reynolds

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Technical Note

trans.gifDNA Recovery from Semen Swabs with the DNA IQ System

María Fernanda Lazzarino
Andrea Colussi
María Mercedes Lojo

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Standards and Guidelines

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Scientific Working Group on Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (SWGSTAIN)

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Thirty-Sixth Annual Crime Laboratory Development Symposium: Leading the Next Generation   FBI Laboratory Specialized Training Program:
Training Course Date Changes

Markeisha Wickes
Laura Turner

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To Meetings and Conferences Page

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