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DNA Samples Collection and Results Interpretation

A presentation by Nicki.
DNA Samples Collection and Results Interpretation

A presentation by Nicki.

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Published by: Michael_UK on May 22, 2009
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PrefacePreface
What follows is intended to be a brief What follows is intended to be a brief review of the techniques employed by thereview of the techniques employed by theILE to collect, analyze and interpret DNAILE to collect, analyze and interpret DNAanalysis results. We have not seen theanalysis results. We have not seen theKercher’s case actual lab reports nor wereKercher’s case actual lab reports nor werewe present when the samples werewe present when the samples werecollected and successively stored, but wecollected and successively stored, but wetrust the judgment of several judges, and trust the judgment of several judges, and the reports of professional and well-the reports of professional and well-reputed scientists working on the casereputed scientists working on the casewho have stated international standard who have stated international standard guidelines have always been followed inguidelines have always been followed inthe stages of sample collection, storage,the stages of sample collection, storage,and DNA analysis.and DNA analysis.
 
 
DNA collection, profilingDNA collection, profilingand interpretation: the ILEand interpretation: the ILEat workat work
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::-Suitable biological samples-Suitable biological samples -Italian Forensic analysts: who are they, how do they-Italian Forensic analysts: who are they, how do theycollect samples, what DNA analysis protocols do they use?collect samples, what DNA analysis protocols do they use?-Interpretation of Results-Interpretation of Results
 
 
What are the biological samplesmore likely to be found on a crimescene?
Step 1: collectingsamples
Human DNA can be extracted from anyHuman DNA can be extracted from anyfluid or bodily (saliva, blood, semen,fluid or bodily (saliva, blood, semen,hair, nails etc) It can also be extractedhair, nails etc) It can also be extractedfrom any object that has beenfrom any object that has beencontaminated by any bodily fluid suchcontaminated by any bodily fluid suchas chewing gum, cigarette butts,as chewing gum, cigarette butts,fabric, metals, paper tissues etc.fabric, metals, paper tissues etc.

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