Forensic Biology provides coordinated expert content from world-renowned leading authorities in forensic biology. Covering the range of forensic biology, this volume in the Advanced Forensic Science Series provides up-to-date scientific learning on DNA analysis. Technical information, written with the degreed professional in mind, brings established methods together with newer approaches to build a comprehensive knowledge base for the student and practitioner alike. LIke each volume in the Advanced Forensic Science Series, review and discussion questions allow the text to be used in classrooms, training programs, and numerous other applications. Sections on fundamentals of forensic science, history, safety, and professional issues provide context and consistency in support of the forensic enterprise. Forensic Biology sets a new standard for reference and learning texts in mondern forensic science. Advanced articles written by international forensic biology experts Covers the range of forensic biology, including methods and interpretation Includes entries on history, safety, and professional issues Useful as a professional reference, advanced textbook, or training reviewAt the same time, mitochondrial DNA testing (mtDNA) permitted analysis of DNA from nonnucleated cells, such as those in the shafts of hairs, and from degraded samples. Y-STR ... So when DNA from the victima#39;s vaginal swabs produced a male profile that did not match Ott, it was not enough to ... Other states and the federal government soon followed. ... imprisoned individuals turned to another source for a right to the testing: the courts and the Due Process Clause of the Constitution.
|Author||:||Max M. Houck|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2015-01-08|