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This Rapid Biological Screening & Analysis Methodologies for Improving Throughput Technology Transition Workshop focuses on research projects that have the capability to increase the throughput of biological samples in one of two ways: through a screening process that serves to enable selection of critical samples requiring a more complete analysis either at the scene or in the laboratory, or via a fully integrated rapid DNA analysis platform system.

Forensic DNA Analysis on Microfluidic Devices: A Review

956kb PDF

Interrogation of Short Tandem Repeats Using Fluorescent Probes and Melting Curve Analysis: A Step Towards Rapid DNA Identity Screening

384kb PDF

Identification of Ryanodine Receptor 1 Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms by High-Resolution Melting Using the LightCycler 480 System

1.1Mb PDF

mRNA Profiling in Forensic Genetics I: Possibilities and Limitations

208kb PDF

Spectroscopic Study on Oxidative Reactions of Normal and Pathogenic Hemoglobin Molecules

532kb PDF

Microfluidics: Introduction and Overview

Video Lecture

Integrated Microfluidic Devices for Forensic Analysis

Video Lecture

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Rapid Human Forensic Identification: The ANDE System and Components

Richard Selden, M.D., Ph.D.
Download ANDE Materials

Download Test Results Files

Time Since Deposition (TSD) of Dried Bloodstains Using Ultraviolet/Visible (UV-VIS) Spectrometric Analysis of Hemoglobin

Jack Ballantyne, Ph.D.
Download TSD Materials

Identification of Fetal Blood Using Developmentally Regulated Gamma Hemoglobin mRNA Isoforms

Jack Ballantyne, Ph.D.
Download mRNA Materials

Rapid Melt-Based STR Prescreening of Forensic Samples at the Crime Scene

Micah Halpern, M.S.
Download STR Materials

A Real-Time Multiplex SNP Melting Assay to Discriminate Individuals

Eric Buel, Ph.D.
Download SNP Materials

Download Additional Microfluidics Readings