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Evaluation of microcapillary devices for genetic identity testing

Alrowaithi, Majid Ayed M and Watson, Nigel (2010) Evaluation of microcapillary devices for genetic identity testing. In: 21st International Symposium on Human Identification, 2010-10-12 - 2010-10-14.

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Abstract

Many human identification problems concerned with mass disaster events require the rapid analysis of tissues, or body parts, involving unmixed samples and possibly the ability to deploy the means of analysis into the field. The availability of compact microcapillary electrophoresis devices such as the Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer and the BioRad Experion has introduced the possibility of bringing the lab to the vicinity of the disaster site.