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JS 196 e Forensic Molecular Biology 050707 I. Announcements and Assignments a. Assignments- Read b. Read Validation Presentation by Butler- REQUIRED- Due 051407 http://www.cstl.nist.gov/div831/strbase/pub_pres/PromegaTalkOct2004.pdf - Write a 500 word summary and 3 Q and 3 A c. Read DNA Advisory Board QA guidelines – REQUIRED –Due 051407 http://www.cstl.nist.gov/div831/strbase/dabqas.htm Write a 500 word summary and 3 Q and 3 A d. From last week: Providing 5 points extra credit : Butler, J.M. (2003) Recent developments in Y-short tandem repeat and Y-single nucleotide polymorphism analysis. Forensic Sci. Rev. 15:91-111. e. All laboratory notebooks due 051407 II. Assign Student Led Chapter and Seminar Reviews Butler Inman Team ___Isha Brown Seminar-050907 Chapters 18, 24 9 Topic- CA DOJ DNA Database Team ___Rockne Harmon Seminar- 042307 Chapters 10 Post conviction DNA testing
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Unformatted text preview: And Convicted by Juries, Exonerated by Science- Case studies http://www.ncjrs.org/pdffiles/dnaevid.pdf Team ___Nicole Inacio Seminar- 041807 Chapters (7), 8 , 9 11 Forensic DNA and Human Rights Y chromosome markers Butler 2003 article- required Team___Cordelia Willis Seminar-041607 Chapters 19, 20 4 Basic Forensic Statistics Team___Charles Brenner Seminar-041107Chapters 21 8 Forensic Statistics in Familial Searching Science article on familial searching I. Y chromosome markers a. Overview of Y chromosome characteristics b. Brief History of the Y chromosome c. Forensic Applications d. Other applications e. Structure and Biology of the Y chromosome f. Y polymorphisms- SNPS and STRs g. Y databases II. Final Laboratory is today (on 14 May will be review sessions- student and instructor)- Today’s computer laboratory: GeneScan and Genotyper Software...
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