Single source samples

John S. Buckleton, Duncan Taylor, Peter Gill, Jo Anne Bright

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Abstract

Introduction

In this chapter we consider the interpretation of single source samples. A distinction is drawn in the minds of forensic practitioners between single source and mixed samples. This distinction is unnecessary and possibly unhelpful; however it is so prevalent that we fall into line. The chapters treating single source and mixed samples are back to back to make our point.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationForensic DNA Evidence Interpretation
EditorsJohn S. Buckleton, Jo-Anne Bright, Duncan Taylor
PublisherCRC Press
Chapter7
Pages203-228
Number of pages26
EditionSecond Edition
ISBN (Electronic)9781482258929
ISBN (Print)9781482258899
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • DNA casework
  • Peter Gill
  • DNA analysis
  • Interpretation of test results
  • DNA frequencies
  • LCN (ultra trace) analysis
  • Non-autosomal (mito, X, and Y) DNA analysis

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