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Population Genetics and Statistics

This website is part of the President’s DNA Initiative and is devoted to past and current methods of macromolecules such as DNA. This website introduces the student to the subject… Read more »

DNA Extraction and Quantitation for Forensic Analysts

This web site is part of the President’s DNA Initiative and is devoted to the methodology for the extraction and quantification of DNA obtained from crime scene evidence. The site… Read more »

Amplified DNA Product Separaration for Forensic Analysts

This website is part of the President’s DNA Initiative and is devoted to past and current methods of macromolecules such as DNA. This site reviews the analytical technologies of electrophoresis…. Read more »

DNA Evidence Training

These training modules are intended to provide interactive training that covers basic information about the identification, preservation, and collection of DNA evidence at virtual crime scenes related homicide, sexual assault,… Read more »

Priciples of DNA for Officers of the Court

An interactive course designed to inform beginning students of the basic principles of DNA testing. The course covers the biology of DNA,statistics and population genetics, forensic databases, and the presentation… Read more »

DNA forensics

This web site provides useful information on the applications of DNA typing in forensic science. The web site lists brief descriptions of different types of DNA profiling methods. The site… Read more »

Short Tandem Repeat DNA Internet DataBase

This website contains comprehensive information relating to forensic DNA analysis. It has material from introductory to advanced level on forensic DNA technology. Provides general information on DNA markers that are… Read more »

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