Poster Session II   
Forensic DNA analysis and related issues

Room:Poster Area Date & time:08-Sep-2015 18:10 19:10
18:10 Optimization of the DNA analysis of laser micro-dissected spermatozoa using single-tube DNA extraction and direct PCR amplification  P 164
Poster Presenter:  Y.S. Ping1, N.A.T. Tang1, X.L.S. Chan1, S.K. Goh1, C.K.C. Syn1,2. 1Health Sciences Authority, Applied Sciences Group-Biology Division, Singapore, Singapore.  
18:10 An innovative approach for the estimation of the ethnic origin of unknown genetic profiles  P 167
Poster Presenter:  E. Alladio1, M. Vincenti2, R. Testi3, P. Garofano4. 1Centro Regionale Antidoping e di Tossicologia “A. Bertinaria”, Biologia e Genetica Forense, Orbassano Torino, Italy. 2Università degli Studi di Torino, Chimica, Torino, Italy. 3ASL TO2 Regione Piemonte, SC Medicina Legale, Torino, Italy. 4Accademia Italiana di Scienze Forensi, Biologia e Genetica Forense, Reggio Emilia, Italy.  
18:10 Validation and comparison of Qiagen Investigator® 24Plex QS Kit  P 170
Poster Presenter:  T.Y.R. Ong1, A.Y.H. Phua1, A.S. Tay1, J.Y.Y. Tan1, L.M. Chua1, S. Ng1, W.J. Tan1, Y.P. Tan1, C.K.C. Syn1,2. 1Health Sciences Authority, Applied Sciences Group- Biology Division, Singapore, Singapore.  
18:10 Investigation of pcr inhibitors microorganisms in semen samples in forensic science  P 173
Poster Presenter:  F.E. Çevik1, H. Çakan1, V. Öz1. 1Istanbul University- Institute of Forensic Science, Forensic Sciences, Istanbul, Turkey.  
18:10 Stability of biological specimens for forensic DNA analysis  P 176
Poster Presenter:  T. Kitayama1. 1National Research Institute of Police Science, First Department of Forensic Science, Kashiwa, Japan.  
18:10 Experiences of forensic DNA backlog elimination by the use of a quota system in Hungary  P 179
Poster Presenter:  J. Woller1, Á. Hülberné Dobos1, Z. Horváth1, P. Cieleszky2, M. Lontai3, G. Nagy3. 1Hungarian Institute for Forensic Sciences, Department of Genetics, Budapest, Hungary. 2Hungarian National Police Headquarters, Department of Criminal Analysis and Evaluation, Budapest, Hungary. 3Hungarian Institute for Forensic Sciences, Management, Budapest, Hungary.  
18:10 False paternity rate in a DNA testing laboratories: A multicenter study of 2750 paternity cases  P 182
Poster Presenter:  G. Curic1, C. Courts2, Z. Vrselja3, M. Mašić4, D. Sutlović5,6, K. Bečić6, I. Furač4, L. Glavaš Obrovac7, B. Madea2. 1Faculty of Medicine- University of Osijek, Laboratory for DNA analysis- Department of Medical Chemistry- Biochemistry and Clinical Chemistry, Osijek, Croatia. 2University of Bonn, Institute of Forensic Medicine, Bonn, Germany. 3Faculty of Medicine- University of Osijek, Department of anatomy and neuroscience, Osijek, Croatia. 4University of Zagreb, Department of Forensic Medicine and Criminology, Zagreb, Croatia. 5University Hospital Centre Split, Department of Pathology and Forensic Medicine, Split, Croatia. 6University of Split School of Medicine, Department Forensic Medicine, Split, Croatia. 7Faculty of Medicine- University of Osijek, Department of Medical Chemistry- Biochemistry and Clinical Chemistry, Osijek, Croatia.  
18:10 Forensic implications of chimerism after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation  P 185
Poster Presenter:  A. Volaka1, O. Ateş2, G. Rayimoğlu1, M. Kolusayın3. 1Institute of Forensic Sciences, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey. 2TC Council of Forensic Medicine of Ministry of Justice, Biology, Istanbul, Turkey. 3Cerrahpaşa Medical Faculty, Forensic Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey.  
18:10 Y-STR ability in the analysis and interpretation of a reported sexual assault case  P 188
Poster Presenter:  M. Samir1, R. Faten2, K. Arwa2, M. Nadia2, B.A. Wiem3, B. Mallek2, M. Leila2, Z. Malek3, B. Sami3, M. Hafedh2. 1forensic science departement, sfax, Tunisia. 2EPS Hedi Chaker, genetic laboratory, Sfax, Tunisia. 3EPS Habib Bourguiba, Forensic science department, sfax, Tunisia.  
18:10 MicroRNAs(miR): new biomarkers in forensically body fluids identification  P 191
Poster Presenter:  R. Dumache1, V. Ciocan1, C. Muresan1, A. Enache1. 1University of Medicine and Pharmacy ''Victor Babes'', Forensic Medicine, TIMISOARA, Romania.  
18:10 The evolution of forensic dna evidence in the philippine justice system: a historical perspective  P 194
Poster Presenter:  J. Jose1. 1College of Law, Office of Legal Aid, Quezon City, Philippines.  
18:10 Characterising the variables influencing post-mortem RNA degradation in an animal model  P 197
Poster Presenter:  N. McCallum1, L. Dennany1, N. Watson1, M. Vennemann2. 1University of Strathclyde, Centre for Forensic Science, Glasgow, United Kingdom. 2University Hospital Münster, Institute of Legal Medicine, Münster, Germany.  
18:10 The future of underwater forensics and DNA  P 200
Poster Presenter:  A. Barbaro1, M.S. House2. 1SIMEF, Forensic Genetics, Reggio Calabria, Italy. 2Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International, CSIDTI, Charlotte, USA.  
18:10 Devil detective: using ancient DNA for wildlife forensics  P 203
Poster Presenter:  J. Young1, L. White1, J. Austin1. 1University of Adelaide, Australian Centre for Ancient DNA, Adelaide, Australia.  
18:10 Whole mitochondrial genome sequencing and missing persons identification  P 396
Poster Presenter:  J. Austin1, D. Higgins1. 1University of Adelaide, Biological Sciences, Adelaide, Australia.  
18:10 Methylation profiling of ELOVL2 for age prediction in forensic investigations using SNaPshot.  P 406
Poster Presenter:  N. Rada1, D. van der Meer1, M. Uchimoto1, G. Williams1. 1University of Huddersfield, School of Applied Sciences, Huddersfield, United Kingdom.  


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