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Table of Contents (Forensic Science Communications, January 2003)

Table of Contents (Forensic Science Communications, January 2003)

January 2003 - Volume 5 - Number 1


Research and Technology

Addressing Ambient Temperature Variation Effects on Sizing Precision of AmpFlSTR® Profiler Plus™ Alleles Detected on the ABI Prism® 310 Genetic Analyzer

Sonja B. Klein
Jeanette M. Wallin
Martin R. Buoncristiani

Population Data on the STR Loci D7S820, D8S1179, and D12S391 in a Sample Population of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Giselle G. Gomes
Sylvia M. Marsillac
Rodrigo S. Moura-Neto
Rosane Silva

The Effectiveness of Liqui-Drox and a Comparison to Other Adhesive-Side Processes on a Variety of Tapes

Alison S. Rees
Rebecca L. Schwartz

Meeting the Daubert Challenge: A Bibliography of Handwriting Articles for the Forensic Document Examiner

Diana Harrison
Danielle P. Seiger

Short Communications

Preliminary Findings on the Evaluation of Hand-Held Immunoassays for Bacillus anthracis and Yersinia pestis

FBI Laboratory Counterterrorism and Forensic Science Research Unit
FBI Laboratory Hazardous Materials Response Unit
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Program 

The FBI Research Partnership Program

FBI Laboratory Counterterrorism and Forensic Science Research Unit

Standards and Guidelines

Recommendations and Guidelines for the Use of Digital Image Processing in the Criminal Justice System

Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)

Meeting and Conferences

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