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By Erika Hagelberg (auth.), Professor Dr. med. Angel Carracedo, Professor Dr. med. Bernd Brinkmann, Professor Dr. med. Walter Bär (eds.)

This ebook presents an summary of up to date examine in forensic genetics usually, and particularly at the software of DNA expertise in forensic casework. a wide selection of DNA polymorphisms, specially STRs, different PCR dependent polymorphisms, and mt-DNA are studied generally and new applied sciences and methodologies resembling capillary electrophoresis, lengthy PCR or MVR technique are mentioned. inhabitants facts, sequencing facts, and forensic purposes of DNA polymorphisms including statistical standardization and moral difficulties also are coated with contributions via the best scientists within the field.

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Human hypervariable regions the sequences obtained are compared to the reference sequence (Anderson 1981) and the mutation frequencies used are those published by Piercy et al (1993). RESULTS Animal identification Animal identification is a powerful tool used to ascertain the origin of biological samples, and may also be used to confirm or to disregard witness statements. We used, for example, this technique for a murder where four people of the same family were killed. An animal food bag, a bowl and a knife all containing blood stains, were found in the house of the suspect .

In the first-stage primers A and B were used to amplify a 1333-bp segment of human mtDNA of the hypervariable region 1 (HVI). Primers C and B were used to amplify a 1200-bp segment of the hypervariable region 2 (HV2). The PCR conditions were: in a total volume of 25 III were mixed 50 ng whole blood DNA or 5 III of nonquantitated bone DNA as template, primers at IIlM concentration. Amplification products were analyzed on 5% horizontal polyacrylamide gel stained with silver. In the second stage primers C and F were used to amplify a 400-bp segment of the hypervariable region 1 (HVI).

38 for the complete d-Ioop region. Therefore, a possible strategy for routine use in forensic analysis could be based on the analysis of HVR2 which is the most variable region (Table 1). In case of a match between the evidence sample and the reference sample from suspect or victim, further analysis of HVR1 will confirm or exclude a match. This approach has until now been used with success in several forensic cases. However, in those cases where close maternal relatives (brothers) may be suspected of a crime it is not possible to identify the offender between the relatives with mtDNA analysis alone.

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