Category Archives: Forensic DNA

Journal articles relating to forensic DNA including disaster victim identification.

Academic Forensic Pathology – December 2015 – Original articles

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Cognitive bias in Medicolegal Death Investigation

The changing landscape of maintenance of certification: history, value and evidence base, and future impact on Forensic Pathology

The current and potential future role of postmortem computed tomography in Medicolegal Death Investigation

The evolution of the autopsy

The first use of postmortem 3D computed tomography images as evidence in US Criminal Courts: a report of four cases

The association between laminectomy and drug overdose deaths: a matched case-control study

Bicyclist fatalities in New York City

Postmortem toxicology findings of Acetyl Fentanyl, Fentanyl, and Morphine in heroin fatalities in Tampa, Florida

Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series

Proceedings of the 26th Congress of the International Society of Forensic Genetics (ISFG); Krakow, Poland; August 31 – September 5, 2015

Table of Contents  |   Volume 5, Pages e1-e668, 1-2 (December 2015)

Forensic Science International: Genetics – Table of contents

Table of Contents  |   Volume 20, Pages e1-e14, 1-150 (January 2016)

Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences

Table of Contents  |  Vol 47 Issue 4 2015

Selected Articles

Forensic discrimination of inkjet-printed lines by Raman spectroscopy and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy

DNA contamination minimisation – finding an effective cleaning method

More about RSID-saliva: the effect of sample age and the environment on the test’s efficacy

Legal Medicine – Contents Pages

Table of Contents  |  Vol 17 Issue 6 November 2015

Science and Justice

Table of Contents  |   Volume 55, Issue 6, Pages 375-526 (December 2015)

New book in the library Reference Collection – Forensic Technologies market

Forensic technologies market: (physical crime forensics, laboratory forensics, portable forensics, forensic tools and products): Industry analysis, size, share, growth, trends and forecast, 2013-2019  (2013) / Transparency Market Research

Forensic technologies are used for the identification, analysis and evaluation of physical evidence gathered from the crime scene.  This report exclusively studies the market for physical crime forensic technologies from varied aspects, such as; the type of forensic services rendered, the location, and supplies and equipment used for forensic analysis.

The market players profiled in this report include LGC Forensics, NMS Labs and GE Healthcare Life Sciences.

This text has been added to the Library’s Reference Collection and is available for use in the Library.