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July-September 2018| Vol 4| Issue 3

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The evaluation of insertion and deletion polymorphism in population and personal identification amidst Chinese populations

For comprehensive understanding of practical application and evaluation on the power of 30 commonly used InDels (Qiagen Investigator DIPplex® kit), we captured population data from 2...


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The validation of Goldeneye™ DNA ID 22NC kit and the genetic polymorphism of 21 short tandem repeat loci in the Chinese Hunan Han population

Goldeneye™ DNA ID 22NC Kit is a novel short tandem repeat (STR) genotyping system that investigate 20 non-CODIS loci (D4S2366, D6S477, D22GATA198B05, D15S659, D8S1132, D3S3045, D14S608, D17S12...


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Mitochondrial DNA-based identification of developmental stages and empty puparia of forensically important flies (Diptera) in Egypt

Relying on morphology in the estimation of postmortem intervals is not always accurate for all life phases of flies, especially for immature stages. The present study demonstrates the application of...


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Differentially expressed microRNAs as potential markers for vital reaction of burned skin

The identification of antemortem burns and postmortem burns is essential in forensic practice. In this study, microRNA (miRNA) microarray analysis was conducted to identify differentially expressed ...


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An empirical study of exploring nonphonetic forensic speaker recognition features

So far, phonetic features have been the main type of forensic speaker recognition features studied and used in practice. One problem with phonetic forensic speaker recognition features is that they ...


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Journal of Forensic Science and Medicine, a publication of China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL), is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published. The journal’s full text is available online at http://www.jfsmonline.com.

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