Advances in Forensic Haemogenetics: 13th Congress of the International Society for Forensic Haemogenetics (Internationale Gesellschaft f�r forensische H�mogenetik e.V.) New Orleans, October 19-21, 1989

Advances in Forensic Haemogenetics: 13th Congress of the International Society for Forensic Haemogenetics (Internationale Gesellschaft f�r forensische H�mogenetik e.V.) New Orleans, October 19-21, 1989

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783540522713
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 07/02/1990
Series: Advances in Forensic Haemogenetics , #3
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1990
Pages: 378
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.53(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

1 DNA Polymorphisms.- 1.1 Biostatistics.- Measurement Error in Determination of Band Size for Highly Polymorphic Single-Locus DNA Markers.- Use of a Spreadsheet Template and Microcomputer to Calculate Gene Frequencies of Multi-allele Systems.- Likelihood Calculations in Paternity Testing on the Basis of DNA Fingerprints.- Biostatistical Approaches Using Minisatellite DNA Patterns in Paternity Cases (Mother-Child-Putative Father Trios).- Kinship Plausibilities from DNA Fingerprints.- 1.2 Methodology, Data Bases.- Rapid Preparation of DNA for RFLP Analysis and DNA Fingerprinting.- A Simple and Efficient Non-organic Procedure for the Extraction of DNA from Evidentiary Samples.- DNA Extraction from Small Samples Using a Microextraction Method with Low Gelling Temperature (LGT) Agarose.- VNTR Polymorphism: Reproducibility in Techniques and Interpretation.- A Non-isotopic DNA Detection System with the Sensitivity of 32P: Applications for Paternity and Forensic Identifications.- Rapid, Simple, Non-isotopic Probing of Southern Blots for DNA Fingerprinting.- Simultaneous DNA Probing of Paternity Cases Using Non-isotopic Methods.- Comparison of Chemiluminescent and Radioactive Methods of DNA Typing.- On the Effectiveness of Three DNA Probes in Hybridization Experiments Over HINF I Blots Containing Aged/Degraded Samples.- Accuracy, Precision and Site-to-Site Reproducibility in Analysis of DNA Polymorphisms for Identity Testing.- Elements of a Quality Assurance (QA)/Quality Control (QC) Program for DNA Testing.- Investigation of Aged Blood Samples by Means of Single-Locus DNA Probes.- Problems Associated with the Determination of Band Match Probabilities.- Allele Frequencies Distribution of Two VNTR Markers (YNH24; YNZ22) in PST I Digests from Random Italian Individuals (Population of Rome).- Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Analysis of DNA Polymorphic Loci that Exhibit a Continuous Distribution of Fragment Sizes.- Segregation of Single-Locus DNA-Fragments in a Large Family.- 1.3 Practical Use.- Comparison of HLA Antigens and DNA Polymorphisms in Parentage Testing.- A Comparative Paternity Study: DNA vs Traditional Testing.- Compatibility of Several HVR-Type Probes with Pvu II Restriction Endonuclease and Advantages of Pvu II Over Other Commonly Used Enzymes.- Analysis of Case Work Samples by Single Locus VNTR Polymorphisms.- Routine Use of a Single Locus DNA Probe.- Results on Selected Trios Tested with Two Single Locus DNA Probes.- Paternity Testing Using the Hypervariable 3’HVR DNA Probe.- Analysis of Disputed Paternities Using Hae III/YNH24 and Hinf I/MS31 RFLPs.- Investigation of the Use of DNA Probes L336 and YNH24 in Problems of Doubtful Parentage.- Clarification of a Two-Man Case Only by DNA Markers.- Characterization of DNA Probe pH30 (D4S139) and Preparation of Related Synthetic Oligonucleotides.- Casework Experience with DNA Profiling.- Exclusion of an Individual Charged with Rape by Allele-Specific DNA Profiling on Fetal Tissues.- Rapid Sex Determination Using Restriction Enzymes Digestion.- DNA Fingerprinting with Simple Repetitive Oligonucleotide Probes in Forensic Medicine.- Application of Simple Repeat Oligonucleotides for DNA Fingerprinting.- DNA Fingerprinting with M13 Probe.- Minisatellite DNA Probe MZ 1.3: Application in Paternity Testing and Estimate of the Number of Genetic Loci.- Non-isotopic DNA Fingerprint Analyses with the Minisatellite Probe MZ 1.3.- DNA Fingerprinting in Paternity Analyses.- A Review of the Cases Submitted for DNA Analysis in the FBI Laboratory.- 1.4 PCR.- A Method for the Analysis of PCR Amplification Products to Identify Base-Pair Substitution and VNTR Polymorphisms.- Analysis of PCR Products (pMCT118) by Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis.- Effects of UV Damage on DNA Amplification by the Polymerase Chain Reaction.- Typing by Polymerase Chain Reaction Mediated Amplification of DNA Fragments in the HLA Class I Region and Direct DNA Sequencing.- Use of the Polymerase Chain Reaction for Typing GC Variants.- Amplification of Y-Chromosome-Specific Sequences in Biological Evidence.- 2 Conventional Markers.- 2.1 Alloantigens.- Differential Detection of A, B and H Antigens in Semen and Saliva Stains Detected by an ELISA Technique.- A Modified ELISA for the Detection of ABH Antigens in Bloodstains.- Mosaic Phenomenon of ABH and Lewis Antigen Expression in Minor Salivary Glands — An Immunohistochemical Demonstration of the Transferase Activity.- Different Expression of Blood Group A Antigen in the Secretory Cells of Salivary Glands from German and Japanese Nonsecretor Individuals.- Different Epitopes of ABH Antigens Exist in Red Cell and Body Fluids.- Production of Monoclonal Antibody to ABH-Carrying ?-2-Seminoglycoprotein for ABO-Grouping of Semen by Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA).- Isolation and Identification of ABO Blood Group of Seminal Stains Mixed with Vaginal Secretion or Blood.- Histochemical Analysis of the Chemical Structure of Blood Group-Related Carbohydrate Chains in Human Pancreas.- Enzyme Immuno Assay for the Typing of the Gm(a) and Gm(f) Allotypes of Human IgG1 in Semen, Vaginal Secretions and Other Body Fluids.- Production of Monoclonal Antibodies IgG Allotypes and Their Use in Dot Immunobinding.- Allotyping by Immunoblot Using Polyclonal Antisera.- Whose Heritage is the Giant Stone Culture in Easter Island?.- The Generation of Class II Polymorphism by Recombination.- Polymorphism of HLA-DRB3 and DRB4 Genes Detected by RFLPs.- 2.2 Electrophoretic Polymorphisms.- Human Red Cell Acid Phosphatase (ACPI): The Primary Structure of the Two Isozymes, Bf and Bs, Encoded by the ACP1*B allele.- Further Evidence for a Silent Allele and a Rare Variant in the ADA System.- Intragenic Recombination Within the PGM1 Locus.- Practical Value of PGM 1 Subtyping in Blood and Semen Stains and Hair Roots.- Additional Data on PGP (EC 3.1.3.18) Polymorphism in Düsseldorf.- Biochemical and Population Genetics of S-Adenosylhomocysteine Hydrolase in NW Portugal.- Group Specific Component Phenotyping by Ultrathin-Layer Agarose Isoelectric Focusing Using Chemical Spacers.- Haptoglobin Subtypes in the Swiss Population: Phenotype and Gene Frequencies — Description of an Easy Method for Routine Typing.- Haptoglobin Subtyping by Agarose Isoelectric Focusing.- Haptoglobin Subtype Determination of Bloodstains.- The Application of Agarose Isoelectric Focusing in Paternity Testing.- Fast IEF of Some Polymorphic Proteins and Enzymes in Bloodstains Using the PhastSystem.- Isoelectric Focusing in Miniaturized Gels: Application to GC, PI, TF, and ORM Subtyping in Central Spain.- The Use of Hybrid Isoelectric Focusing for the Detection of Polymorphic Proteins and Enzymes in Bloodstains Analysis.- Distribution of Twelve Human Salivary Polymorphisms in Japanese Populations.- Inheritance of Some Electrophoretic Phenotypes of Human Hair.- HP, GLO and GC Polymorphism in the Balearic Islands (Spain): The Mediterranean Blueprint.- A Simple Dilution Technique for Assessing Red Cell Enzyme Activity in Cases of Single System Incompatibilities.- A Rapid High Resolution Separator IEF Technique for Phenotyping Alpha1-Antitrypsin.- PI M Subtyping: Indication for an Alpha1-Antitrypsin Null Allele in Three Paternity Cases.- Transferrin C Subtypes in Different Ethnic Groups and Spontaneous Abortion.- Polymorphism of Plasminogen in West Germany.- The Significance of Current and of Origin and Concentration of Sialidases for the Determination of Plasminogen Groups.- Coagulation Factor XIIIA and XIIIB Polymorphisms in the North of Germany (Mecklenburg Area).- Polymorphisms of Coagulation Factors 13A and 13B in West Germany.- Identification of F13A*7 as a Population Specific Marker.- Factor XIIIB (FXIIIB) in Disputed Paternity: Complete Analysis of a Family with the Rare Phenotypes 4-1 and 4-2.- Study of Genetic Polymorphism of Coagulation Factor XIIIB in a Italian Population Sample Using PAGIEF and Semi-dry Electroblotting.- Isoelectric Focusing of Orosomucoid in Agarose Gels.- ORM1 Subtypes in Hanover and Lower Saxony, FRG, by PAG SIEF and Immunoblotting (N = 1934); 11 Variants.- A Silent Allele in the Orosomucoid (ORM) System.- Genetic Polymorphism of Human Peptidase C (PEP C).- Kallikrein Phenotyping by Isoelectric Focusing.- 3 General Biostatistics.- The Probability of Paternity.- Seroanalysis and Expert Opinion in Practice.- The Effect of Blanks and Antigen Sharing in the HLA System on the Paternity Index.- Paternity Probability Calculation in “Exclusion” Cases.- 4 Varia.- A Remarkable Case of Affiliation: Exclusion from Paternity After 8 Years.- Legal Aspects of Disputed Paternities in Singapore.- Evaluation of Unusual Band Patterns in Stains of Biological Interest.- Characterisation of Vaginal Secretion Stains in Forensic Cases — A Critical Review.- Monoclonal Antibodies Detect Sperm Antigens in Seminal Stains.- GDA-J/F3 Monoclonal Antibody: The Ideal Probe for Sperm Detection in Forensic Science.- Preparation and Application of Monoclonal Anti-P30 Antibody.- Chromosome Polymorphism in Paternity Investigations.- Plasma Protein Polymorphism in HIV-Seropositive Patients: GC- and TF*C-Subtypes and PI-System.- Distribution of C3 and BF Phenotypes in HIV-Seropositive Patients.- Plasma Protein Polymorphism in HIV-Seropositive Patients: Allotype Frequencies in the GM- and KM-System.

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