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Table of Contents (Forensic Science Communications, April 2003)

Table of Contents (Forensic Science Communications, April 2003)

April 2003 - Volume 5 - Number 2

Research and Technology

Casework: A Y-STR Triplex for Use After Autosomal Multiplexes

Chang Yuet Meng,
Katrin Both,
Leigh A. Burgoyne

Estimation of Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Extraction Efficiency from Forensic Samples Using the Seratecâ PSA Semiquant Semiquantitative Membrane Test

Bill O. Gartside,
Kevin J. Brewer,
Carmella L. Strong

Equipping the Modern Audio-Video Forensic Laboratory

Bruce E. Koenig,
Douglas S. Lacey,
Noel Herold

Standards and Guidelines

Bylaws of the Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods

Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods (SWGDAM)

Guidelines for Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) Nucleotide Sequence Interpretation

Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods (SWGDAM)

Guidance Document for Implementing Health and Safety Programs in DNA Laboratories

Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods (SWGDAM)

Short Communication

Regional mtDNA Laboratory Program

Book Reviews

Applying Statistics in the Courtroom by Phillip I. Good

Reviewed by Robert D. Koons

Handbook of Computer Crime Investigation: Forensic Tools and Technology

Edited by Eoghan Casey
Reviewed by Timothy P. Kosiba

Training Update

FBI Virtual Academy Issues and Update

Virginia W. Field

FBI Virtual Academy: Information and Agency Application

FBI Laboratory Training Unit

Meeting and Conferences

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