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Next Gen Seq - Human Identity Literature

Selected relevant publications

1. Mikkelsen, M. et al. Application of full mitochondrial genome sequencing using 454 GS FLX pyrosequencing. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 2, 518-519(2009).

2. Planz, J.V. et al. Enhancing resolution and statistical power by utilizing mass spectrometry for detection of SNPs within the short tandem repeats. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 2, 529-531(2009).

3. Baker, M. Next-generation sequencing: adjusting to data overload. Nature Methods 7, 495-499(2010).

4. Pitterl, F. et al. Increasing the discrimination power of forensic STR testing by employing high-performance mass spectrometry, as illustrated in indigenous South African and Central Asian populations. International journal of legal medicine 124, 551-8(2010).

5. The sequence explosion. Nature V, 2010-2010(2010).

6. Ashford, B.M. Criminal Investigations Battelle Team Says Next-Gen Sequencing Shows Promise for Forensics. Criminal Investigations. October (2011).

7. Bandelt, H.-J. & Salas, A. Current Next Generation Sequencing technology may not meet forensic standards. Forensic science international. Genetics 6, 143-145(2011).

8. Berglund, E.C., Kiialainen, A. & Syvanen, A.-C. Next generation sequencing technologies and applications for human Genetic History and Forensics. Investigative Genetics 2, 23(2011).

9. Duncan, D.D. et al. Development of a genotyping assay for the UK, European, and CODIS core STR loci identifying length and sequence variation in the target loci. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 3, e267-e268(2011).

10. Fordyce, S.L. et al. High-throughput sequencing of core STR loci for forensic genetic investigations using the Roche Genome Sequencer FLX platform. BioTechniques 51, 127-33(2011).

11. Holland, M.M., McQuillan, M.R. & O'Hanlon, K. Second generation sequencing allows for mtDNA mixture deconvolution and high resolution detection of heteroplasmy. Croatian Medical Journal 52, 299-313(2011).

12. Irwin, J. a et al. mtGenome reference population databases and the future of forensic mtDNA analysis. Forensic science international. Genetics 5, 222-5(2011).

13. Irwin, J. et al. Assessing the potential of next generation sequencing technologies for missing persons identification efforts. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 3, e447-e448(2011).

14. Kahn, S.D. On the future of genomic data. Science (New York, N.Y.) 331, 728-9(2011).

15. Kayser, M. & Knijff, P. de Improving human forensics through advances in genetics, genomics and molecular biology. Nature reviews. Genetics 12, 179-92(2011).

16. Kline, M.C. et al. STR sequence analysis for characterizing normal, variant, and null alleles. Forensic science international. Genetics 5, 329-32(2011).

17. Kling, D. et al. DNA microarray as a tool in establishing genetic relatedness-Current status and future prospects. Forensic science international. Genetics 8-15(2011).doi:10.1016/j.fsigen.2011.07.007

18. Roach, J.C. et al. Analysis of Genetic Inheritance in a Family Quartet by Whole Genome Sequencing. Science 328, 636-639(2011).

19. Scheible, M. et al. Short tandem repeat sequencing on the 454 platform. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 3, e357-e358(2011).

Created December 13, 2011, Updated March 15, 2013