New York State TrueAllele® Casework Validation Study*

@inproceedings{Perlin2013NewYS,
  title={New York State TrueAllele® Casework Validation Study*},
  author={Mark W. Perlin and Jamie L Belrose and Barry W. Duceman},
  booktitle={Journal of forensic sciences},
  year={2013}
}
DNA evidence can pose interpretation challenges, particularly with low-level or mixed samples. It would be desirable to make full use of the quantitative data, consider every genotype possibility, and objectively produce accurate and reproducible DNA match results. Probabilistic genotype computing is designed to achieve these goals. This validation study assessed TrueAllele(®) probabilistic computer interpretation on 368 evidence items in 41 test cases and compared the results with human review… CONTINUE READING
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