RNA/DNA co-analysis from blood stains--results of a second collaborative EDNAP exercise.

@article{Haas2012RNADNACF,
  title={RNA/DNA co-analysis from blood stains--results of a second collaborative EDNAP exercise.},
  author={Cordula Haas and Erin Hanson and Maria Jo{\~a}o Anjos and Walter B{\"a}r and Regine Banemann and Andrea Berti and Edson Borges and Caroline Bouakaze and {\'A}ngel Carracedo and M{\'o}nica Carvalho and Vincent Castella and Adam Choma and Greet De Cock and Martina Doetsch and Per Hoff-Olsen and Peter M. Johansen and Fanni Kohlmeier and P A Lindenbergh and Bertrand Ludes and Olalla Maro{\~n}as and Dave Moore and M-L Morerod and Niels Morling and Harald Niederst{\"a}tter and Fabrice Noel and Walther Parson and Gnyaneshwari Patel and C{\'e}line Popielarz and Elena Salata and Peter M Schneider and Titia Sijen and Barbara Svie{\vz}en{\'a} and Martina Turanska and L{\'i}via Zatkal{\'i}kov{\'a} and Jack Ballantyne},
  journal={Forensic science international. Genetics},
  year={2012},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={70-80}
}
A second collaborative exercise on RNA/DNA co-analysis for body fluid identification and STR profiling was organized by the European DNA Profiling Group (EDNAP). Six human blood stains, two blood dilution series (5-0.001 μl blood) and, optionally, bona fide or mock casework samples of human or non-human origin were analyzed by the participating laboratories using a RNA/DNA co-extraction or solely RNA extraction method. Two novel mRNA multiplexes were used for the identification of blood: a… CONTINUE READING