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NIST Standard Reference Database SRD 130        [Recent Updates]

Serving the forensic DNA and human identity testing communities for over 10 years...These data are intended to benefit research and application of short tandem repeat DNA markers to human identity testing. The authors are solely responsible for the information herein. Please Rate Our Products and Services: http://tsapps.nist.gov/MSDSurvey/default.aspx?ID=5&DB=130

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Created by John M. Butler

and Dennis J. Reeder (NIST Biochemical Science Division),

with invaluable help from Jan Redman, Christian Ruitberg and Michael Tung

Site creators' curriculum vitaes available using links above.

 

*Partial support for the design and maintenance of this website is being provided by The National Institute of Justice through the NIST Law Enforcement Standards Office.*

 

General Information  

 

Forensic STR Information 

 

Other DNA Marker Information and Non-Human DNA Resources

 

Lab Resources and Tools

 

Applications for STR Typing in Human Identity Testing and DNA Diagnostics

 

 

Frequently Updated Frequently updated information.

*Last updated 06/27/14 [see recent updates]

 

Please send comments or suggestions for this database to John Butler at john.butler@nist.gov.


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