STR References

(Numerical Order 751-1000)

751. Zou, L.P., Yang, Y., Chu, J.Y., Shen, B., and Li, D.L. (1998) Distribution of CSF1PO, TPOX and TH01 loci in Han Chinese. I Chuan Hsueh Pao 25(3):199-204. [Article in Chinese]

752. Sacchetti, L., Calcagno, G., Coto, I., Tinto, N., Vuttariello, E., and Salvatore, F. (1999) Efficiency of two different nine-loci short tandem repeat systems for DNA typing purposes. Clin. Chemistry 45(2):178-183.

753. Oetting, W.S., Armstrong, C.M., Ronan, S.M., Young, T.L., Sellers, T.A., and King, R.A. (1998) Multiplexed short tandem repeat polymorphisms of the Weber 8A set of markers using tailed primers and infared fluorescence detection. Electrophoresis 19(18):3079-3083.

754. Entrala, C., Lorente, M., Lorente, J.A., Alvarez, J.C., Moretti, T., Budowle, B., and Villanueva, E. (1998) Fluorescent multiplex analysis of nine STR loci: Spanish population data. Forensic Sci. Int. 98(3):179-183.

755. Gill, P., d'Aloja, E., Dupuy, B., Eriksen, B., Jangblad, M., Johnsson, V., Kloosterman, A.D., Kratzer, A., Lareu, M.V., Mevag, B., Morling, N., Phillips, C., Pfitzinger, H., Rand, S., Sabatier, M., Scheithauer, R., Schmitter, H., Schneider, P., Skitsa, I., and Vide, M.C. (1998) Report of the European DNA profling group (EDNAP) - An investigation of the hypervariable STR loci ACTBP2, APOAI1, and D11S554 and the compound loci D12S391 and D1S1656. Forensic Sci. Int. 98(3):193-200.

756. Gino, S., Robino, C., Torre, C., Iorio, M., and Peruccio, D. (1999) LDLR, GYPA, HBGG, D7S8, and GC allele and genotype frequencies in the Northwest Italian population. J. Forensic Sci. 44(1):171-174.

757. Yamamoto, T., Uchihi, R., Nozawa, H., Huang, X.-L., Leong, Y.-K., Tanaka, M., Mizutani, M., Tamaki, K., and Katsumata, Y. (1999) Allele distribution at nine STR loci - D3S1358, vWA, FGA, TH01, TPOX, CSF1PO, D5S818, D13S317, and D7S820 - in the Japanese population by multiplex PCR and capillary electrophoresis. J. Forensic Sci. 44(1):167-170.

758. Fregeau, C.J., Bowen, K.L., and Fourney, R.M. (1999) Validation of highly polymorphic fluoresceht multiplex short tandem repeat systems using two generations of DNA sequencers. J. Forensic Sci. 44(1):133-166.

759. Crouse, C., Rogers, S., Amiott, E., Gibson, S., and Masibay, A. (1999) Analysis and interpretation of short tandem repeat microvariants and three banded allele patterns using multiple allele detection systems. J. Forensic Sci. 44(1):87-94.

760. Kim, H.-S. and Crow, T.J. (1998) Human DXYS156 of pentanucleotide repeat (TAAAA)n: chromosomal localization by somatic hybrid mapping and sequence analysis. Cytogenet. Cell Genet. 83(1-2):54-55.

761. Dios, S., Luis, J., Ribeiro, T., and Caeiro, B. (1998) Population database of STRs in West Africa: a genetic study of TPOX, HUMVWA31/A, HUMTH01, and CYP19. Genetica 104(1):77-83.

762. Sasaki, M. and Shiono, H. (1999) The polymorphisms of DYS388 and DYS392 on the Y-chromosome in Japanese and German populations. Int. J. Legal Med. 112(2):132-133.

763. Watanabe, G., Umetsu, K., and Suzuki, T. (1999) Determination of the HUMTH01 alleles by the APLP method. Int. J. Legal Med. 112(2):134-135.

764. Pfeiffer, H., Huhne, J., Seitz, B., and Brinkmann, B. (1999) Influence of soil storage and exposure period on DNA recovery from teeth. Int. J. Legal Med. 112(2):142-144.

765. Lareu, M.V., Barral, S., Salas, A., and Carracedo, A. (1998) Sequence variation of a variable short tandem repeat at the D18S535 locus. Int. J. Legal Med. 111(6):337-339.

766. Pawlowski, R. (1999) HUMFIBRA allele distribution in northern Poland using capillary electrophoresis. Int. J. Legal Med. 112(2):139-141.

767. Bassler, G., Forster, R., Eberspacher, B., Karl, C., Kugler, M., and Pflug, W. (1999) Frequency data for the STR loci HumFibra (FGA) and HumACTBP2 (SE33) in a population of Germans and Turks from South-West Germany. Int. J. Legal Med. 112(2):136-138.

768. Zehner, R. and Bohrer, U. (1998) DYS19 and amelogenin in artificial blood stains with defined amounts of male and female cells. Int. J. Legal Med. 111(6):340-342.

769. Arpini-Sampaio, Z., Costa, M.C.B., Melo, A.A., Carvalho, M.F.V.A., Deus, M.S.M., and Simoes, A.L. (1999) Genetic polymorphisms and ethnic admixture in African-derived black communities of Northeastern Brazil. Hum. Biol. 71(1):69-85.

770. Calafell, F., Shuster, A., Speed, W., Kidd, J.R., Black, F.L., and Kidd, K. (1999) Genealogy reconstruction from short tandem repeat genotypes in an Amazon population. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 108(2):137-146.

771. Eller, E. (1999) Population substructure and isolation by distance in three continental regions. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 108(2):147-159.

772. Sasaki, M., Shimizu, K., Fukushima, T., and Shiono, H. (1998) Unnecessary surgucal operation confirmed by individual identification by analysis of several short tandem repeat (STR) loci. Nippon Hoigaku Zasshi (The Japanese Journal of Legal Medicine) 52(4):257-260.

773. Tomsey, C.S., Basten, C.J., Budowle, B., Giles, B.A., Ermlick, S., and Gotwald, S. (1999) Use of combined frequencies for RFLP and PCR based loci in determining match probability. J. Forensic Sci. 44(2):385-388.

774. Nievas Marco, P., Martinez-Jarreta, B., Martinez, E.A., Sanchis, A.P., and Fonseca, R.H. (1999) Allele frequency distribution of the STR loci HUMTPOX, HUMTH01, and HUMVWA in Asturias (North Spain). J. Forensic Sci. 44(2):389-391.

775. Kupferschmid, T.D., Calicchio, T., and Budowle, B. (1999) Maine caucasian population DNA database using twelve short tandem repeat loci. J. Forensic Sci. 44(2):392-395.

776. Baasner, A. and Madea, B. (1999) Allele and genotype frequencies for the STR locus D18S51 in a Western German population. J. Forensic Sci. 44(2):450-451.

777. Reichenpfader, B., Zehner, R., and Klintschar, M. (1999) Characterization of a highly variable short tandem repeat polymorphism at the D2S1242 locus. Electrophoresis 20(3):514-517.

778. Schmalzing, D., Koutny, L., Chisholm, D., Adourian, A., Matsudaira, P., and Ehrlich, D. (1999) Two-color multiplexed analysis of eight short tandem repeat loci with an electrophoretic microdevice. Analytical Biochemistry 270(1):148-152.

779. Yang, Y.H., Kim, I.K., Oh, S.H., Kim, C.K., and Kim, J.Y. (1998) Rapid prenatal diagnosis of trisomy 21 by polymerase chain reaction - associated analysis of small tandem repeats and S100B in chromosome 21. Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy 13(6):361-366.

780. Rolf, B., Meyer, E., Brinkmann, B., and de Knijff, P. (1998) Polymorphism at the tetranucleotide repeat locus DYS389 in 10 populations reveals strong geographic clustering. Eur. J. Hum. Genet. 6(6):583-588.

781. Zhang, N., Tan, H., and Yeung, E.S. (1999) Automated and integrated system for high-throughput DNA genotyping directly from blood. Anal. Chem. 71(6):1138-1145.

782. Komuro, T., Tsutsumi, H., Mukoyama, R., and Nakamura, M. (1998) Repeat structure of DYS389 locus. Nippon Hoigaku Zasshi (The Japanese Journal of Legal Medicine) 52(4):227-232. [Article in Japanese]

783. Pereira, L., Gusmao, L., Prata, M.J., Mota, P., Trovoada, M.J., and Amorim, A. (1999) Detection of additional structure variation at the FES/FPS system and population data from S. Tome e Principe and North Potugal. Int. J. Legal Med. 112(3):204-206.

784. Csete, K., Szabo, A., and Varga, T. (1999) The Y-STRs DYS19 and DYS390 in a south-east Hungarian (Szeged area) population. Int. J. Legal Med. 112(3):207-208.

785. Brinkmann, C., Forster, P., Schurenkamp, M., Horst, J., Rolf, B., and Brinkmann, B. (1999) Human Y-chromosomal STR haplotypes in a Kurdish population sample. Int. J. Legal Med. 112(3):181-183.

786. Mertens, G., Gielis, M., Mommers, N., Mularoni, A., Lamartine, J., Heylen, H., Muylle, L., and Vandenberghe, A. (1999) Mutation of the repeat number of the HPRTB locus and structure of rare intermediate alleles. Int. J. Legal Med. 112(3):192-194.

787. Horst, B., Eigel, A., Sanguansermsri, T., and Brinkmann, B. (1999) Human Y-chromosomal STR types in north Thailand. Int. J. Legal Med. 112(3):211-212.

788. Sajantila, A., Lukka, M., and Syvanen, A.-C. (1999) Experimentally observed germline mutations at human micro- and minisatellite loci. Eur. J. Hum. Genet. 7(2):263-266.

789. Hannis, J.C. and Muddiman, D.C. (1999) Accurate characterization of the tyrosine hydtoxylase forensic allele 9.3 through development of electrospray ionization fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry. Rapid Commun.Mass Spectrom. 13(10):954-962.

790. Blau, I.W., Basara, N., Serr, A., Seidl, C., Seifried, E., Fuchs, M., Bischoff, M., Roemer, E., and Fauser, A.A. (1999) A second unrelated bone marrow transplant: successful quantitative monitoring of mixed chimerism using a highly discriminative PCR-STR system. Clin. Lab. Haem. 21(2):133-138.

791. Wen, H.B., Moradian-Oldak, J., Leung, W., Bringas, W., and Fincham, A.G. (1999) Microstructures of an amelogenin gel matrix. J. Struct. Biol. 126(1):42-51.

792. Kalcheva, N., Lachman, H.M., and Shafit-Zagardo, B. (1998) Survey for CAG repeat polymorphisms in the human MAP-2 gene. Psychiatric Genetics 9(1):43-46.

793. Skinker, D.M., Warnecke, S.C., Morrow, J.K., and Hunsaker, J.C.(1997) DNA typing of azoospermic semen at the D1S80 locus. J. Forensic Sci. 42(4):718-720.

794. Evett, I.W., Gill, P.D., and Lambert, J.A. (1998) Taking account of peak areas when interpreting mixed DNA profiles. J. Forensic Sci. 43(1):62-69.

795. Gill, P., Brinkmann, B., d'Aloja, E., Andersen, J., Bar, W., Carracedo, A., Dupuy, B., Eriksen, B., Jangblad, M., Johnsson, V., Kloosterman, A.D., Lincoln, P., Morling, N., Rand, S., Sabatier, M., Scheithauer, R., Schneider, P., and Vide, M.C. (1997) Considerations from the European DNA profiling group (EDNAP) concerning STR nomenclature. Forensic Sci. Int. 87:185-192.

796. Takahashi, M., Kato, Y., Mukoyama, H., Kanaya, H., and Kamiyama, S. (1997) Evaluation of five polymorphic microsatellite markers for typing DNA from decomposed human tissues - Correlation between the size of the alleles and that of the template DNA -. Forensic Sci. Int. 90(1):1-9.

797. Tie, J., Tsukamoto, S., Oshida, S., Wang, X., Sebetan, I.M., Chiba, S., and Shimamura, M. (1997) DNA typing of the D1S80 locus using capillary zone electrophoresis. Forensic Sci. Int. 87:193-199.

798. Iino, H., Jass, J.R., Simms, L.A., Young, J., Leggett, B., Ajioka, Y., and Wananabe, H. (1999) DNA microsatellite instabiblity in hyperplastic polyps, serrated adenomas, and mixed polyps: a mild mutator pathway for colorectal cancer? J. Clio. Pathol. 52(1):5-9.

799. Thomson, J.A., Pilotti, V., Stevens, P., Ayres, K.L., and Debenham, P.G. (1999) Validation of short tandem repeat analysis for the investigation of cases of disputed paternity. Forensic Sci. Int. 100(1-2):1-16.

800. Santos, F.R., Pandya, A., and Tyler-Smith, C.(1998) Reliability of DNA-based sex tests. Nature Genetics 18(2):103.

801. Gerstenberger, J., Hummel, S., Schultes, T., Hack, B., and Herrmann, B. (1999) Reconstruction of a historical genealogy by means of STR analysis and Y-haplotyping of ancient DNA. Eur. J. Hum. Genet. 7(4):469-477.

802. Lahermo, P., Savaontaus, M.-L., Sistonen, P., Beres, J., de Knijff, P., Aula, P., and Sajantila, A. (1999) Y chromosomal polymorphisms reveal founding lineages in the Finns and the Saami. Eur. J. Hum. Genet. 7(4):447-458.

803. Perez-Lezaun, A., Calafell, F., Comas, D., Mateu, E., Bosch, E., Martinez-Arias, R., Clarimon, J., Fiori, G., Luiselli, D., Facchini, F., Pettener, D., and Bertranpetit, J. (1999) Sex-specific migration patterns in Central Asian populations, revealed by analysis of y-chromosome short tandem repeats and mtDNA. Am. J. Hum. Genet. 65(1):208-219.

804. Jarreta, B.M., Roche, P.D., and Abecia, E. (1999) Genetic variation at six STR loci (HUMTH01, HUMTPOX, HUMCSF1PO, HUMF13A01, HUMFES/FPS, HUMVWFA31) in Aragon (North Spain). Forensic Sci. Int. 100(1-2):87-92.

805. Corte-Real, F., Souto, L., Anjos, M.J., Carvalho, M., Vieira, D.N., Carracedo, A., and Vide, M.C. (1999) Population distribution of six PCR-amplified loci in Madeira Archipelago (Portugal). Forensic Sci. Int. 100(1-2):93-99.

806. Thiede, C., Florek, M., Bornhauser, M., Ritter, M., Mohr, B., Brendel, C., Ehninger, G., and Neubauer, A. (1999) Rapid quantification of mixed chimerism using multiplex amplifrication of short tandem repeat markers and fluorenscence detection. Bone Marrow Transplantation 23(10):1055-1060.

807. Lapoumeroulie, C., Castiglia, L., Ruberto, C., Fichera, M., Amata, S., Labie, D., and Ragusa, A. (1999) Genetic variations in human fetal globin gene microsatellites and their functional relevance. Hum. Genet. 104(4):307-314.

808. Lucotte, G. and Loirat, F. (1999) Y-chromosome DNA haplotype 15 in Europe. Hum. Biol. 71(3):431-437.

809. Fujiwara, H., Okuda, H., Omi, T., Iwamoto, S., Tanaka, Y., Takahashi, J., Tani, Y., Minakami, H., Araki, S., and Kajii, E. (1999) The STR polymorphisms in intron 8 may provide information about the molecular evolution of RH haplotypes. Hum. Genet. 104(4):301-306.

810. Martinovic, I., Barac, L., Furac, I., Janicijevic, B., Kubat, M., Pericic, M., Vidovic, B., and Rudan, P. (1999) STR polymorphisms in the population of the island of Hvar. Hum. Biol. 71(3):341-352.

811. Mukherjee, N., Majumder, P.P., Roy, B., Roy, M., Dey, B., Chakraborty, M., and Bankerjee, S. (1999) Variation at 4 short tandem repeat loci in 8 population groups of India. Hum. Biol. 71(3):439-446.

812. Bacher, J. and Schumm, J.W. (1998) Development of highly polymorphic pentanucleotide tandem repeat loci with low stutter. Profiles in DNA 2(2):Featured Article.

813. Halos, S.C., Chu, J.Y., Ferreon, A.C.M., and Magno, M.M.F. (1999) Philippine population database at nine microsatellite loci for forensic and paternity applications. Forensic Sci. Int. 101(1):27-32.

814. Chakraborty, R., Stivers, D.N., Su, Y., and Budowle, B. (1999) The utility of short tandem repeat loci beyond human identification: Implications for development of new DNA typing systems. Electrophoresis 20(8):1682-1696.

815. Silva, F., Gusmao, L., and Amorim, A. (1999) Segregation analysis of tetra- and nucleotide short tandem repeat polymorphisms: Deviation from Mendelian expectations. Electrophoresis 20(8):1697-1701.

816. Pawlowski, R., Branicki, W., and Kupiec, T. (1999) Y-chromosomal polymorphic loci DYS19, DYS390, DYS393 in a population sample from northern Poland. Electrophoresis 20(8):1702-1706.

817. Goodwin, W., Linacre, A., and Vanezis, P. (1999) The use of mitochondrial DNA and short tandem repeat typing in the identification of air crash victims. Electrophoresis 20(8):1707-1711.

818. Schmerer, W.M., Hummel, S., and Herrmann, B. (1999) Optimized DNA extraction to improve reproducability of short tandem repeat genotyping with highly degraded DNA as target. Electrophoresis 20(8):1712-1716.

819. Hummel, S., Schultes, T., Bramanti, B., and Herrmann, B. (1999) Ancient DNA profiling by megaplex amplifications. Electrophoresis 20(8):1717-1721.

820. Burger, J., Hummel, S., Herrmann, B., and Henke, W. (1999) DNA preservation: A microsatellite-DNA study on ancient skeletal remains. Electrophoresis 20(8):1722-1728.

821. Sala, A., Penacino, G., Carnese, R., and Corach, D. (1999) Reference database of hypervariable genetic markers of Argentina: Application for molecular anthropology and forensic casework. Electrophoresis 20(8):1733-1739.

822. Klintschar, M., Ebner, A., and Reichenpfader, B. (1999) Population genetic studies on nine tetrameric short tandem repeat loci using fluorescence dye-labeled primers and capillary electrophoresis in the Austrian population. Electrophoresis 20(8):1740-1742.

823. Thangaraj, K., Ramana, G., and Singh, L. (1999) Y-chromosome and mitocondrial DNA polymorphisms in Indian populations. Electrophoresis 20(8):1743-147.

824. Davis, C.L., Field, D., Metzgar, D., Saiz, R., Morin, P.A., Smith, I.L., Spector, S.A., and Wills, C. (1999) Numerous length polymorphisms aqt short tandem repeats in human cytomegalovirus. J. Virol. 73(8):6265-6270.

825. Gao, Q., Pang, H., and Yeung, E.S. (1999) Simultaneous genetic typing from multiple short tandem repeat loci using a 96-capillary array electrophoresis system. Electrophoresis 20(7):1518-1526.

826. Foreman, L.A., Smith, A.F.M., and Evett, I.W. (1999) Bayesian validation of a quadruplex STR profiling system for identification purposes. J. Forensic Sci. 44(3):478-486.

827. Shutler, G.G., Gagnon, P., Verret, G., Kalyn, H., Korkosh, S., Johnston, E., and Halverson, J. (1999) Removal of a PCR inhibitor and resolution of DNA STR types in mixed human-canine stains from a five year old case. J. Forensic Sci. 44(3):623-626.

828. Jorquera, H., Cifuentes, L., Moreno, F., and Aguirre, E. (1999) Paternity analysis when the putative father is missing: First case in Chile. J. Forensic Sci. 44(3):627-629.

829. Sweet, D., Hildebrand, D., and Phillips, D. (1999) Identification of a skeleton using DNA from teeth and a PAP smear. J. Forensic Sci. 44(3):630-633.

830. Tun, Z., Honda, K., Nakatome, M., Nakamura, M., Shimada, S., Ogura, Y., Kuroki, H., Yamazaki, M., Terada, M., and Matoba, R. (1999) Simultaneous detection of multiple STR loci on sex chromosomes for forensic testing of sex and identity. J. Forensic Sci. 44(4):772-777.

831. Frank, W.E. and Llewellyn, B.E. (1999) A time course study on STR profiles dervied from human bone, muscle, and bone marrow. J. Forensic Sci. 44(4):778-782.

832. Gross, A.M., Harris, K.A., and Kaldun, G.L. (1999) The effect of luminol on presumptive tests and DNA analysis using the polymerase chain reaction. J. Forensic Sci. 44(4):837-840.

833. Eisenbarth, I., Assum, G., and Krone, W. (1999) Description of three new alleles at the D1S80 (MCT118) locus. J. Forensic Sci. 44(4):841-842.

834. Leyenda, P., Dios, S., and Caeiro, B. (1999) Population genetics ot two tetranucleotide repeats (UGB and D3S1349): a preliminary study in Galicia, Spain. J. Forensic Sci. 44(4):843-845.

835. Oz, C., Levi, J.A., Novoselski, Y., Volkov, N., and Motro, U. (1999) Forensic identification of a rapist using unusual evidence. J. Forensic Sci. 44(4):860-862.

836. Tamaki, K., Huang, X.-L., Mizutani, M., Yamamoto, T., Katsumata, R., Uchihi, R., Katsumata, Y., and Jeffreys, A.J. (1999) The potential contribution of MVR-PCR to paternity probabilities in a case lacking a mother. J. Forensic Sci. 44(4):863-867.

837. Honda, K., Roewer, L., and de Knijff, P. (1999) Male DNA typing from 25-year-old vaginal swabs using Y-chromosomal STR polymorphisms in a retrial request case. J. Forensic Sci. 44(4):868-872.

838. Nakahara, Y., Suzuki, H., Ohashi, H., Hatano, S., Tomita, A., Kinoshita, T., Murate, T., Saito, H., and Hotta, T. (1999) Clonality analysis of granulocytes and T lymphocytes in healthy females by the PCR-based HUMARA method. Int. J. Hematol. 69(4):237-243.

839. Junge, A. and Madea, B. (1999) Population studies of the Y-chromosome specific polymorphisms DYS19, DYS389I + II, DYS390, and DYS393 in a Western German population (Bonn area). Forensic Sci. Int. 101(3):195-201.

840. Garofano, L., Pizzamiglio, M., Bizzaro, G.P., Donato, F., Rossetti, M., and Budowle, B. (1999) Italian population data on two new short tandem repeat loci: D6S477 and D19S433. Forensic Sci. Int. 101(3):203-208.

841. Schmitt, F. C., Soares, R., Gobbi, H., Milanezzi, F., Santos-Silva, F., Cirnes, L., Costa, C., and Seruca, R. (1999) Microsatellite instability in medullary breat carcinomas. Int.J.Cancer. 82(5): 644-647.

842. Endler, G., Greinix, H., Winkler, K., Mitterbauer, G., and Mannhalter, C. (1999) Genetic fingerprinting in mouthwashes of patients after allogenic bone marrow transplantation. Bone Marrow Transplantation. 24(1): 95-98.

843. Martinez-Labarga, C., Rickards, O., Scacchi, R., Corbo, R. M., Biondi, G., Pena, J. A., Varas de Vieira, C., Guevara, A. E. B., Santurino, M., and de Stefano, G. F. (1999) Genetic population structure ot two African-Ecuadorian communities of Esmeraldas. Am.J.Phys.Anthropol. 109: 159-174.

844. Shigeta, Y., Yamamoto, Y., Doi, Y., Miyaishi, S., and Ishizu, H. (5-31-1999) Polymorphism of the D12S391 microsatellite in a Japanese population sample. Forensic Sci.Int. 102(1): 61-66.

845. Quintana-Murci, L., Semino, O., Minch, E., Passarimo, G., Brega, A., and Santachiara-Benerecetti, A. S. (1999) Further characteristics of proto-European y chromosomes. Eur.J.Hum.Genet. 7(5): 603-608.

846. Shinka, T., Tomita, K., Toda, T., Kotliarova, S. E., Lee, J., Kuroki, Y., Jin, D. K., Tokunaga, K., Nakamura, H., and Nakahori, Y. (1999) Genetic variations on the Y chromosome in the Japanese population and implications for modern human Y chromosome lineage. J.Hum.Genet. 44(4): 240-245.

847. Gehrig, C., Hochmeister, M. N., Borer, U. V., Dirnhofer, R., and Budowle, B. (1999) Swiss caucasian population data for 13 STR loci using AmpFlSTR Profiler Plus and Cofiler PCR amplification kits. J.Forensic Sci. 44(5): 1035-1038.

848. Biega, L. A. and Duceman, B. W. (1999) Substitution of H2O for formamide in the sample preparation protocol for STR analysis using the capillary electrophoresis system: The effects on precision, resulotion, and cappilary life. J.Forensic Sci. 44(5): 1029-1031.

849. Zhang, N. and Yeung, E. S. (1998) On-line coupling of polymerase chain reaction and capillary electrophoresis for automatic DNA typing and HIV-1 diagnosis. J.Chromatogr.B. 714: 3-11.

850. Immel, U.-D., Hummel, S., and Herrmann, B. (1999) DNA profiling of oranguntan (Pongo pygmaeus) feces to prove descent and identity in wildlife animals. Electrophoresis. 20: 1768-1770.

851. (1999) Comparison of fluorescent genotyping methods. Analytical Biochemistry. 262: 193-195.

852. Wada, Y., Mitsumori, K., Terachi, T., and Ogawa, O. (1999) Measurement of polymorphic trinucleotide repeats in the androgen receptor gene by matrix-assisted laser desorbtion/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry. J.Mass Spectrometry. 34: 885-888.

853. Taranenko, N. I., Potter, N. T., Allman, S. L., Golovlev, V. V., and Chen, C. H. (1999) Gender identification by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry. Anal.Chem. 71: 3974-3976.

854. Marino, M. A., Devaney, J. M., Davis, P. A., and Girard, J. E. (1999) Optimization of intercalation dye concentration for short tandem repeat allele genotyping using capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorenesnce detection. J.Chromatogr.B. 732: 365-374.

855. Shaw, S. H., Carrasquillo, M. M., Kashuk, C., Puffenberger, E. G., and Chakravarti, A. (1998) Allele frequency distributions in pooled DNA samples: Applications to mapping complex disease genes. Genome Res. 8: 111-123.

856. Taranenko, N. I., Potter, N. T., Allman, S. L., Golovlev, V. V., and Chen, C. H. (1999) Detection of trinucleotide expansion in neurodegenerative disease by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass specrometry. Genetic Analysis. 15: 25-31.

857. Belgrader, P. and Marino, M. A. (1999) Automated sample processing using robotics for short tandem repeat polymorphisms by capillary electrophoresis. Laboratory Robotics and Automation. 9: 3-7.

858. Miscicka-Sliwka, D., Czarny, J., Berent, J. A., Grzybowski, T., and Wozniak, M. (1999) Population genetics of the STRs vWA, D3S1358, and FGA in the Pomerania-Kujawy region of Poland. Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 391-392.

859. Fukshansky, N. and Bar, W. (1999) Biostatical evaluation of mixed stains with contributors of different ethnic origin. Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 383-387.

860. Nata, M., Brinkmann, B., and Rolf, B. (1999) Y-chromosomal STR haplotypes in a population from north west Germany. Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 406-408.

861. Nata, M., Kimura, T., Hashiyada, M., He, P., Yan, W., Li, X., Funayama, M., and Sagisaka, K. (1999) Allele frequencies of eight STRs in Japanese and Chinese. Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 396-399.

862. Gene, M., Borrego, N., Xifro, A., Pique, E., Moreno, P., and Huguet, E. (1999) Haplotype frequencies of eight Y-chromosome STR loci in Barcelona (North-East Spain). Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 403-405.

863. Edelmann, J. and Szibor, R. (1999) Validation of the HumDXS6807 short tandem repeat polymorphism for forensic application. Electrophoresis. 20: 2844-2846.

864. Hou, Y., Jin, Z. M., Li, Y. B., Wu, J., Walter, H., Kido, A., and Prinz, M. (1999) D20S161 data for three ethnic populations and forensic validation. Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 400-402.

865. Seidl, C., Muller, S., Jager, O., and Seifried, E. (1999) Sequence analysis and population data of short tandem repeat polymorphisms at loci D8S639 and D112488. Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 355-359.

866. Wiegand, P., Lareu, M. V., Schurenkamp, M., Kleiber, M., and Brinkmann, B. (1999) D18S535, D1S1656, and D10S2325: three efficient short tandem repeats for forensic genetics. Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 360-363.

867. Entrala, C., Lorente, J. A., Lorente, M., Alvarez, J. C., Budowle, B., and Villanueva, E. (1999) Spanish population data on the loci D13S317, D7S820, and D16S539 generated using silver staining (SilverSTR III Multiplex). J.Forensic Sci. 44(5): 1032-1034.

868. Wu, M. Y., Zou, L. P., Shen, B., Sun, G. Y., Li, R. H., and Chen, G. D. (1999) STR HUMARA locus gene genotype frequencies in Han and Bei populations in China. J.Forensic Sci. 44(5): 1039-1041.

869. Laszik, A., Weisser, H.-J., Keresztury, L., Pollak, S., Papp, G., and Pozsgai, I. (1999) PCR typing of human semen stains after SEM-EDX examination. Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 376-379.

870. Amar, A., Brautbar, C., Motro, U., Fisher, T., Bonne-Tamir, B., and Israel, S. (1999) Genetic varation of three tetrameric tendem repeats in four distinct Israeli ethnic groups. J.Forensic Sci. 44(5): 983-986.

871. Anderson, T. D., Ross, J., Roby, R. K., Lee, D. A., and Holland, M. M. (1999) A validation study for the extraction and analysis of DNA from human nail material and its application to forensic casework. J.Forensic Sci. 44(5): 1053-1056.

872. Larkin, A. and Harbison, S. A. (1999) An improved method for STR analysis of bloodstained denim. Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 388-390.

873. Hantschel, M., Hausmann, R., Lederer, T., Martus, P., and Betz, P. (1999) Population genetics of nine short tandem repeat (STR) loci - DNA typing using the AmpFlSTR Profiler PCR amplification kit. Int.J.Legal Med. 112: 393-395.

874. Meng, H. Y., Hou, Y. P., Chen, G. D., Li, Y. B., Wu, J., Walter, H., and Prinz, M. (1999) Frequencies of D8S384 alleles and genotypes in European, African-American, Chinese, and Japanese populations. J.Forensic Sci. 44(6): 1273-1276.

875. Fattorini, P., Ciofuli, R., Cossutta, F., Giulianini, P., Edomi, P., Furlanut, M., and Previdere, C. (1999) Fidelity of polymerase chain reaction-direct sequencing analysis of damaged forensic samples. Electrophoresis. 20: 3349-3357.

876. Corte-Real, F., Souto, L., Anjos, M. J., Carvalho, M., Vieira, D. N., Carracedo, A., and Vide, M. C. (1999) Population study of HUMTH01, HUMVWA31/A, HUMF13A1, and HUMFES/FPS systems in Azores. J.Forensic Sci. 44(6): 1261-1264.

877. Touret, N., Camelo, J. L., and Vidal-Rioja, L. (1999) Allele frequencies of six loci in Argentine populations. J.Forensic Sci. 44(6): 1265-1269.

878. Borys, S., Eisenberg, A., Carmody, G., and Fourney, R. M. (1999) Allele frequencies for nine STR loci in African-American, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Bangladesh populations. J.Forensic Sci. 44(6): 1316-1318.

879. Borys, S., Iwamoto, S., Miyakoshi, J., Carmody, G., and Fourney, R. M. (1999) Allele frequency distributions for nine STR loci in the Japanese population. J.Forensic Sci. 44(6): 1319-1319.

880. Ladd, C., Adamowicz, M. S., Bourke, M. T., Scherczinger, C. A., and Lee, H. C. (1999) A systematic analysis of secondary DNA transfer. J.Forensic Sci. 44(6): 1270-1272.

881. Belgrader, P., Smith, J. K., Weedn, V. W., and Northrup, M. A. (1998) Rapid PCR for identity testing using a battery-powered miniature thermal cycler. J.Forensic Sci. 43(2): 315-319.

882. Marco, P. N., Martinez-Jarreta, B., Martinez, E. A., Sanchis, A. P., and Fonseca, R. H. (1999) Allele frequency distribution of the STR loci HUMTPOX, HUMTH01, and HUMVWA in Asturias (North Spain). J.Forensic Sci. 44(2): 389-391.

883. Menotti-Raymond, M., David, V. A., Stephens, J. C., Lyons, L. A., and O'Brien, S. J. (1997) Genetic individualization of domestic cats using feline STR loci for forensic applications. J.Forensic Sci. 42(6): 1039-1051.

884. Budowle, B., Moretti, T. R., Baumstark, A. L., Defenbaugh, D. A., and Keys, K. M. (1999) Population data on the thirteen CODIS core short tandem repeat loci in African Americans, U.S. Caucasians, Hispanics, Bahamians, Jamaicans, and Trinidadians. J.Forensic Sci. 44(6): 1277-1286.

885. Cheung, K. H., Osier, M. V., Kidd, J. R., Pakstis, A. J., Miller, P. L., and Kidd, K. K. (1-1-2000) ALFRED: an allele frequency database for diverse populations and DNA polymorphisms. Nucleic Acids Res. 28(1): 361-363.

886. Micka, K. A., Amiott, E. A., Hockenberry, T. L., Sprecher, C. J., Lins, A. M., Rabbach, D. R., Taylor, J. A., Bacher, J. W., Glidewell, D. E., Gibson, S. D., Crouse, C. A., and Schumm, J. W. (1999) TWGDAM validation of a nine-locus and a four-locus fluorescent STR multiplex system. J.Forensic Sci. 44(6): 1243-1257.

887. Ulkuer, M. K., Ulkuer, U., Kesici, T., and Menevse, A. (1999) Data on the PCR Turkish population based loci: LDLR, GYPA, HBGG, D7S8, and Gc. J.Forensic Sci. 44(6): 1258-1260.

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889. Reeder, D. J. (1999) Impact of DNA typing on standards and practice in the forensic community. Arch.Pathol.Lab Med. 123(11): 1063-1065.

890. Katsumata, Y., Mizutani, M., Nozawa, H., Uchihi, R., Yamamoto, T., and Tamaki, K. (1999) [Tests for Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium in Japanese population]. Nippon Hoigaku Zasshi. 53(2): 218-226.

891. Klintschar, M., Al Hammadi, N., and Reichenpfader, B. (9-30-1999) Population genetic studies on the tetrameric short tandem repeat loci D3S1358, VWA, FGA, D8S1179, D21S11, D18S51, D5S818, D13S317 and D7S820 in Egypt [In Process Citation]. Forensic Sci.Int. 104(1): 23-31.

892. Minaguchi, K. (1999) The DYS19 system in the Japanese population and its detection using teeth as a source of DNA. Bull.Tokyo Dent.Coll. 40(1): 21-26.

893. Schneider, P. M., d'Aloja, E., Dupuy, B. M., Eriksen, B., Jangblad, A., Kloosterman, A. D., Kratzer, A., Lareu, M. V., Pfitzinger, H., Rand, S., Scheithauer, R., Schmitter, H., Skitsa, I., Syndercombe-Court, D., and Vide, M. C. (6-28-1999) Results of collaborative study regarding the standardization of the Y- linked STR system DYS385 by the European DNA Profiling (EDNAP) group. Forensic Sci.Int. 102(2-3): 159-165.

894. Neuhausen, S. L., Farnham, J. M., Kort, E., Tavtigian, S. V., Skolnick, M. H., and Cannon-Albright, L. A. (1999) Prostate cancer susceptibility locus HPC1 in utah high-risk pedigrees [In Process Citation]. Hum.Mol.Genet. 8(13): 2437-2442.

895. Gelernter, J., Kranzler, H., and Cubells, J. (1999) Genetics of two &mgr; opioid receptor gene (OPRM1) exon I polymorphisms: population studies, and allele frequencies in alcohol- and drug-dependent subjects [In Process Citation]. Mol.Psychiatry. 4(5): 476-483.

896. Sinha, S., Amjad, M., Rogers, C., Hamby, J. E., Tahir, U. A., Balamurugan, K., al Kubaidan, N. A., Choudhry, A. R., Budowle, B., and Tahir, M. A. (10-11-1999) Typing of eight short tandem repeat (STR) loci in a Saudi Arabian population [In Process Citation]. Forensic Sci.Int. 104(2-3): 143-146.

897. Beiraghi, S., Miller-Chisholm, A., Kimberling, W. J., Sun, C., Wang, Y. F., Russell, L. J., Khoshnevisan, M. H., Storm, A. L., Long, R. E., Jr., Witt, P. D., Mazaheri, M., and Diehl, S. R. (1999) Confirmation of linkage of Van der Woude syndrome to chromosome 1q32: evidence of association with STR alleles suggests possible unique origin of the disease mutation [In Process Citation]. J.Craniofac.Genet.Dev.Biol. 19(3): 128-134.

898. Farfan, M. J., Sanz, P., Lareu, M. V., and Carracedo, A. (9-30-1999) Population data on the D1S1656 and D12S391 STR loci in Andalusia (south Spain) and the maghreb (north Africa) [In Process Citation]. Forensic Sci.Int. 104(1): 33-36.

899. Gill, P., Sparkes, R., and Kimpton, C. (10-6-1997) Development of guidelines to designate alleles using an STR multiplex system. Forensic Sci.Int. 89(3): 185-197.

900. Gill, P., Sparkes, R., Pinchin, R., Clayton, T., Whitaker, J., and Buckleton, J. (1-9-1998) Interpreting simple STR mixtures using allele peak areas. Forensic Sci.Int. 91(1): 41-53.

901. Gill, P., Sparkes, R., Fereday, L., and Werrett, D. J. (1-24-2000) Report of the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENSFI): formulation and testing of principles to evaluate STR multiplexes [In Process Citation]. Forensic Sci.Int. 108(1): 1-29.

902. Geada, H., Brito, R. M., Ribeiro, T., and Espinheira, R. (1-24-2000) Portuguese population and paternity investigation studies with a multiplex PCR--the AmpFlSTR Profiler Plus [In Process Citation]. Forensic Sci.Int. 108(1): 31-37.

903. Devaney, J. M., Girard, J. E., and Marino, M. A. (2-15-2000) DNA microsatellite analysis using ion-pair reversed-phase high- performance liquid chromatography [In Process Citation]. Anal.Chem. 72(4): 858-864.

904. Nievas, P., Martinez-Jarreta, B., Abecia, E., and Lareu, M. V. (1999) Fluorescence-based amplification of the STR loci D18S535, D1S1656 and D12S391 in a population sample from Aragon (north Spain). Int.J.Legal Med. 113(1): 58-59.

905. Yoshimoto, T., Tamaki, K., Katsumata, S., Huang, X. L., Uchihi, R., Tanaka, M., Uchida, H., Yamamoto, T., Chen, S., Armour, J. A., and Katsumata, Y. (1999) Sequence analysis of alleles at a microsatellite locus D14S299 (wg1c5) and population genetic comparisons. Int.J.Legal Med. 113(1): 15-18.

906. Furedi, S., Woller, J., Padar, Z., and Angyal, M. (1999) Y-STR haplotyping in two Hungarian populations. Int.J.Legal Med. 113(1): 38-42.

907. Jobling, M. A., Heyer, E., Dieltjes, P., and de Knijff, P. (1999) Y-chromosome-specific microsatellite mutation rates re-examined using a minisatellite, MSY1. Hum.Mol.Genet. 8(11): 2117-2120.

908. Jobling, M. A., Williams, G. A., Schiebel, G. A., Pandya, G. A., McElreavey, G. A., Salas, G. A., Rappold, G. A., Affara, N. A., and Tyler-Smith, C. (12-17-1998) A selective difference between human Y-chromosomal DNA haplotypes. Curr.Biol. 8(25): 1391-1394.

909. Qamar, R., Ayub, Q., Khaliq, S., Mansoor, A., Karafet, T., Mehdi, S. Q., and Hammer, M. F. (1999) African and Levantine origins of Pakistani YAP+ Y chromosomes. Hum.Biol. 71(5): 745-755.

910. Garofano, L., Pizzamiglio, M., Donato, F., Biondi, F., Rossetti, M., and Budowle, B. (11-1-1999) Italian population data on two new short tandem repeat loci: D2S1338 and Penta E. Forensic Sci.Int. 105(2): 131-136.

911. Hsu, C. M., Huang, N. E., Tsai, L. C., Kao, L. G., Chao, C. H., Linacre, A., and Lee, J. C. (1999) Identification of victims of the 1998 Taoyuan Airbus crash accident using DNA analysis. Int.J.Legal Med. 113(1): 43-46.

912. Jin, L., Zhong, Y., and Chakraborty, R. (1994) The exact numbers of possible microsatellite motifs [letter]. Am.J.Hum.Genet. 55(3): 582-583.

913. Parra, E., Shriver, M. D., Soemantri, A., McGarvey, S. T., Hundrieser, J., Saha, N., and Deka, R. (1999) Analysis of five Y-specific microsatellite loci in Asian and Pacific populations. Am.J.Phys.Anthropol. 110(1): 1-16.

914. Neuhuber, F., Radacher, M., Meisner, N., and Tutsch-Bauer, E. (1999) Nine STR markers plus amelogenin (AmpFlSTR Profiler Plus): a forensic study in an Austrian population. Int.J.Legal Med. 113(1): 60-62.

915. Tagliabracci, A., Buscemi, L., Sassaroli, C., Paoli, M., and Rodriguez, D. (1999) Allele typing of short tandem repeats by capillary electrophoresis. Int.J.Legal Med. 113(1): 26-32.

916. Rangel-Villalobos, H., Rivas, F., Torres-Rodriguez, M., Jaloma-Cruz, A. R., Gallegos-Arreola, M. P., Lopez-Satow, J., Cantu, J. M., and Figuera, L. E. (11-1-1999) Allele frequency distributions of six Amp-FLPS (D1S80, APO-B, VWA, TH01, CSF1PO and HPRTB) in a Mexican population. Forensic Sci.Int. 105(2): 125-129.

917. Bhattacharyya, N. P., Basu, P., Das, M., Pramanik, S., Banerjee, R., Roy, B., Roychoudhury, S., and Majumder, P. P. (1999) Negligible male gene flow across ethnic boundaries in India, revealed by analysis of Y-chromosomal DNA polymorphisms. Genome Res. 9(8): 711-719.

918. Corte-Real, F., Andrade, L., Vieira, D. N., Carracedo, A., and Vide, M. C. (1999) Allele distribution of three STRs in a population from Mozambique. Int.J.Legal Med. 112(5): 345-347.

919. Pestoni, C., Lareu, M. V., Lopez-Gomez, J., and Carracedo, A. (1999) Genetic data on three complex STRs (ACTBP2, D21S11 and HUMFIBRA/FGA) in the Galician population (NW Spain). Int.J.Legal Med. 112(5): 337-339.

920. Bovo, D., Rugge, M., and Shiao, Y. H. (1999) Origin of spurious multiple bands in the amplification of microsatellite sequences. Mol.Pathol. 52(1): 50-51.

921. Cipollaro, M., Di Bernado, G., Forte, A., Galano, G., De Masi, L., Galderisi, U., Guarino, F. M., Angelini, F., and Cascino, A. (1999) Histological analysis and ancient DNA amplification of human bone remains found in caius iulius polybius house in pompeii. Croat.Med.J. 40(3): 392-397.

922. Vandenberg, N., van Oorschot, R. A., Tyler-Smith, C., and Mitchell, R. J. (1999) Y-chromosome-specific microsatellite variation in Australian aboriginals. Hum.Biol. 71(6): 915-931.

923. Yamamoto, N., Uzawa, K., Miya, T., Watanabe, T., Yokoe, H., Shibahara, T., Noma, H., and Tanzawa, H. (1999) Frequent allelic loss/imbalance on the long arm of chromosome 21 in oral cancer: evidence for three discrete tumor suppressor gene loci. Oncol.Rep. 6(6): 1223-1227.

924. Parra, E., Saha, N., Soemantri, A. G., McGarvey, S. T., Hundrieser, J., Shriver, M. D., and Deka, R. (1999) Genetic variation at 9 autosomal microsatellite loci in Asian and Pacific populations. Hum.Biol. 71(5): 757-779.

925. Pagotto, R. C., Canas, M. C., Brito, R. O., and Simoes, A. L. (1999) Allele frequencies of three STRs of the human von Willebrand factor gene (vWF) in a Brazilian population sample. Int.J.Legal Med. 112(5): 326-328.

926. Ricci, U., Giovannucci Uzielli, M. L., and Klintschar, M. (1999) Modified primers for D12S391 and a modified silver staining technique. Int.J.Legal Med. 112(5): 342-344.

927. Martin, P., Garcia, O., Albarran, C., Garcia, P., Sancho, M., and Alonso, A. (1999) Spanish population data on the four STR loci D8S1179, D16S539, D18S51 and D21S11. Int.J.Legal Med. 112(5): 340-341.

928. Koziol, P., Czerski, T., and Madro, R. (1999) Population genetic data for HumF13B, HumLPL and HumHPRTB in southeast Poland. Int.J.Legal Med. 113(1): 55-57.

929. Blake, D., Tan, S. L., and Ao, A. (1999) Assessment of multiplex fluorescent PCR for screening single cells for trisomy 21 and single gene defects. Mol.Hum.Reprod. 5(12): 1166-1175.

930. Bosch, E., Calafell, F., Santos, F. R., Perez-Lezaun, A., Comas, D., Benchemsi, N., Tyler-Smith, C., and Bertranpetit, J. (1999) Variation in short tandem repeats is deeply structured by genetic background on the human Y chromosome. Am.J.Hum.Genet. 65(6): 1623-1638.

931. Pritchard, J. K., Seielstad, M. T., Perez-Lezaun, A., and Feldman, M. W. (1999) Population growth of human Y chromosomes: a study of Y chromosome microsatellites. Mol.Biol.Evol. 16(12): 1791-1798.

932. Kleparnik, K., Mala, Z., Pribyla, L., Blazkova, M., Vasku, A., and Bocek, P. (2000) Ultrafast detection of microsatellite repeat polymorphism in endothelin 1 gene by electrophoresis in short capillaries. Electrophoresis. 21(1): 238-246.

933. Wang, X., Sawaguchi, T., and Sawaguchi, A. (2000) Application of electrophoresis technology to DNA analysis [In Process Citation]. Electrophoresis. 21(2): 334-337.

934. Hashiyada, M. (2000) Short tandem repeat analysis in Japanese population [In Process Citation]. Electrophoresis. 21(2): 347-350.

935. Wang, S. Y., Cruts, M., Del Favero, J., Zhang, Y., Tissir, F., Potier, M. C., Patterson, D., Nizetic, D., Bosch, A., Chen, H., Bennett, L., Estivill, X., Kessling, A., Antonarakis, S. E., and van Broeckhoven, C. (1999) A high-resolution physical map of human chromosome 21p using yeast artificial chromosomes. Genome Res. 9(11): 1059-1073.

936. Henke, L., Fimmers, R., Josephi, E., Cleef, S., Dulmer, M., and Henke, J. (7-26-1999) Usefulness of conventional blood groups, DNA-minisatellites, and short tandem repeat polymorphisms in paternity testing: a comparison. Forensic Sci.Int. 103(2): 133-142.

937. van Eede, P. H., Stoltenborg, E. P. M., and de Lange, G. G. (1998) Evaluation of two Geneprint fluorescent STR multiplex systems in paternity case work using the ABI 310 Genetic Analyzer. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 15-17.

938. Kihlgren, A., Beckman, C., and Holgersson, S. (1998) Using D3S1358 for quantification of DNA amenable to PCR and for genotype screening. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 31-36.

939. Luque, J. A., Crespillo, M., Ramirez, E., Fernandez, R. M., and Valverde, J. L. (1998) Analysis of STRs using capillary electrophoresis. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 34-36.

940. Sanz, P., Prieto, V., and Andres, M. I. (1998) Validation of FES/FPS and F13A1 typing using capillary electrophoresis. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 37-39.

941. Schumm, J. W., Sprecher, C. J., Lins, A. M., Micka, K. A., Rabbach, D. R., Taylor, J. A., and Bacher, J. W. (1998) High throughput silver stain multiplex STR analyses. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 40-42.

942. Schumm, J. W., Sprecher, C. J., Lins, A. M., Micka, K. A., Rabbach, D. R., Taylor, J. A., and Bacher, J. W. (1998) Automated fluorescent detection of 8-locus and 4-locus STR multiplexes. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 43-45.

943. Tagliabracci, A., Buscemi, L., Bianchi, F., Sassaroli, C., and Rodriguez, D. (1998) Capillary electrophesis (CE) studies on accuracy and reproducibility in DNA sizing. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 46-48.

944. Tun, Z., Nakatome, M., Sakurada, M., and Honda, K. (1998) Simultaneous detection on ABO genotyoes and an X-STR. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 49-51.

945. Roy, R. and Steffens, D. L. (1998) Infrared fluorescence detection of genetic markers from forensic samples. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 52-54.

946. Budowle, B. and Isenberg, A. R. (1998) Capillary electrophoresis for forensic DNA typing analyses. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 61-67.

947. Dupuy, B. M., Mevag, B., Jacobsen, S., and Olaisen, B. (1998) Short tetramesr for degraded stains. A test of four STRs. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 71-73.

948. Augustin, C., Grobevollmer, E., and Puschel, K. (1998) Identification of human remains: Short tandem repeat analysis versus mitochondrial DNA. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 83-85.

949. Domenici, R., Bibbiani, R., Fornaciari, S., Nardone, M., Rocchi, A., Spinetti, I., Venturi, M., and Bargagna, M. (1998) Application of conventional and DNA polymorphisms to paternity cases. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 89-91.

950. Kratzer, A., Furling, S., and Bar, W. (1998) DNA analysis of 1162 parentage cases. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 92-94.

951. Miscicka-Sliwka, D., Grzybowski, T., Wozniak, M., and Czarny, J. (1998) Forensic DNA typing of a single hair: Mitochondrial DNA sequencing and highly discriminating STR multiplex. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 97-99.

952. Capelli, C., Hall, D., and Maviglia, R. (1998) Fingerprints from fingernails? Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 100-102.

953. D'Errico, G., Zanon, C., Lago, G., Vecchio, C., and Garofano, L. (1998) DNA analysis on skeletal remains after months of permanence in sea-water. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 106-108.

954. Zanon, C., Vespi, G., Iacovacci, G., Lago, G., and Garofano, L. (1998) Urine evidence recovered on crime scene after a robbery. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 109-110.

955. Bruno, M., D'Errico, G., Iacovacci, G., Lago, G., and Garofano, L. (1998) Alternative source of DNA in cloths specimens. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 111-113.

956. Lorente, J. A., Lorente, M., Lorenente, M. J., Alvarez, J. C., Entrala, C., Lopez-Munoz, J., and Villanueva, E. (1998) Newborn genetic identification: Expanding the fields of forensic haemogenetics. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 114-116.

957. Lorente, J. A., Lorente, M., Entrala, C., Alvarez, J. C., Villanueva, E., and Budowle, B. (1998) Dandruff as a source of DNA: Validation studies. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 123-125.

958. Mannucci, A., Verdiani, S., Casarino, L., Costa, M. G., De Stefano, F., and Canale, M. (1998) Maternity exclusion of skeletal remains by mtDNA minisequencing. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 126-128.

959. Morhart, V., Keil, W., Weichhold, G., and Bayer, B. (1998) STR analysis of semen contained in vaginal swabs and postcoital interval. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 129-132.

960. Mukoyama, R., Ohtaguro, H., Komuro, T., and Mukoyama, H. (1998) Forensic application of human DNA quantitation: Species identification and human DNA quantitation in dental pulp. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 133-135.

961. Menoyo, C., Lamikiz, E., Zulaika, D., Castro, A., Fernandez-Fernandez, I., and de Pancorbo, M. M. (1998) DNA microsatellite polymorphisms and the Syringe Exchange Programme for AIDS Prevention. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 136-138.

962. de Pancorbo, M. M., Rodriguez-Alarcon, J., Castro, A., Fernandez-Fernandez, I., Garcia-Orad, A., Tamayo, G., Melchor, J. C., Linares, A., and del Rey, F. L. L. (1998) Newborn genetic identification by microsatellite DNA. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 139-141.

963. Ponzano, E., Caenazzo, L., Vangelista, T., Fenato, F. A., and Cortivo, P. (1998) Human sex determination for forensic purposes: Comparison of different methods. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 145-147.

964. Prieto, V., Andres, M. I., Sanz, P., and Repetto, M. (1998) Drug abuse deaths: DNA individualisation of traces of blood from hypodermal syringes. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 148-149.

965. Sakurada, M., Honda, K., Nakatome, M., Tun, Z., Shimada, S., and Misawa, S. (1998) Recovery of high quality DNA from 500-year-old skeletal remains for forensic DNA typing. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 150-152.

966. Schulz, M., Reichert, W., and Mattern, R. (1998) DNA typing from human dentine. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 153-155.

967. Anjos, M. J., Souto, L., Carvalho, M., Martinho, A., Santos, P., Simoes, O., Breda-Coimbra, H., Vieira, D. N., and Vide, M. C. (1998) Forensic view for genetic profiles after bone marrow transplants. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 156-158.

968. Stenersen, M., Henriksen, A. C., Sandvik, K., Torgersen, H., and Olaisen, B. (1998) Montoring patients after bone marrow transplantation - A comparison of methods. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 159-161.

969. Hasskamp, J., Syndercombe-Court, D., Phillips, C. P., and Kelsey, S. M. (1998) Short tandem repeat analysis to monitor chimerism after bone-marow transplantation. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 162-164.

970. Wiegand, P. and Kleiber, M. (1998) DNA typing of epithelial cells. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 165-167.

971. Fily, M. L., Crubezy, E., Ebrard, D., Keyser, C., and Ludes, B. (1998) Funerary recruitment in a sepulchral cave dated from the bronze age. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 174-176.

972. Ota, M., Katsuyama, Y., Liu, C. Y., Arakura, A., Takayanagi, K., and Fukushima, H. (1998) Structure and gene frequency distribution of locus D16S543 (WG1F2) in the Japanese population. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 189-191.

973. Watson, S., Kelsey, Z., Webb, R., Evans, J., and Gill, P. (1998) The development of a third generation STR multiplex system (TGM). Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 192-194.

974. d'Aloja, E., Maviglia, R., Dobosz, M., and Pascali, V. L. (1998) Multiplex analysis and forensic validation of four new tetrameric STRs. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 195-197.

975. Lareu, M. V., Barral, S., Salas, A., Rodriguez, M., Pestoni, C., and Carracedo, A. (1998) Further exploration of new STRs of interest for forensic genetic analysis. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 198-200.

976. Verheesen, M., Junge, A., Baasner, A., and Madea, B. (1998) Sequence structure of the D8S320 locusd: A new STR in forensic science. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 201-203.

977. Andres, M. I., Prieto, V., Flores, I., and Sanz, P. (1998) Allele frequency distribution of D3S1358, vWA, and FGA loci in a southern Spain population. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 243-245.

978. Benecke, M., Staak, M., and Schmitt, C. (1998) Forensic validation, German population data, and automated detection of alleles of the co-amplified STR loci D3S1358, VWA, and FGA. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 246-248.

979. Buscemi, L., Tagliabracci, A., Bianchi, F., Paoli, M., Sassaroli, C., Rodriguez, D., Caenazzo, L., Ponzano, E., Cortivo, P., Previdere, C., Peloso, G., Pierucci, G., Bibbiani, R., Nardone, M., Spinetti, I., Domenici, R., and Bargagna, M. (1998) Allele frequencies of the STR locus HUMFGA in an Italian population. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 249-251.

980. Caeiro, B., Luis, J. R., and Dios, S. (1998) Genetic studies of the nucleotide repeat CYP19. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 252-254.

981. Cerri, N., Zorzi, F., and De Ferrari, F. (1998) Two STRs in a population of northern Italy: Phenotypes and allele frequencies. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 255-257.

982. Miscicka-Sliwka, D., Czarny, J., Grzybowski, T., and Wozniak, M. (1998) Population genetics of 14 STRs: vWA, TH01, TPOX, CSF1PO, D5S818, D13S317, D7S820, D16S539, F13A1, FES/FPS, F13B, LPL, D3S1358, and FGA in the Pomerania-Kujawy region of Poland. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 261-263.

983. Dauber, E. M., Glock, B., Schwartz, D. W. M., and Mayr, W. R. (1998) Sequencing and population data of a short tandem repeat locus in the alpha fibrinogen gene (HUMFGA) in an Austrian population sample. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 264-266.

984. Dios, S., Luis, J. R., Caeiro, B., and Ribeiro, J. C. T. (1998) TPOX, HUMVWA31/A, HUMTH01, CYP19, D5S373, D8S323, D8S344, D8S345: STR database for a West African population. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 267-269.

985. Dobosz, M., Caglia, A., Maviglia, R., and Boschi, I. (1998) Allele frequencies of four STR polymorphisms in an Italian population sample. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 270-271.

986. Domenici, R., Bibbiani, R., Fornaciari, S., Nardone, M., Rocchi, A., Spinetti, I., and Bargagna, M. (1998) Allele frequencies distribution of three STRs loci (CD4, CSF1PO, F13B) in Tuscany (Italy). Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 272-273.

987. Ribeiro, T., Brito, R. M., Espinheira, R., and Geada, H. (1998) New alleles of D12S391 STR locus in a Portuguese population. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 275-277.

988. Forster, R., Babler, G., Pflug, W., Schnee-Griese, J., and Uhl, S. (1998) Allele frequencies (HUMVWA, HUMTH01, and HUMFES/FPS) in a population sample of south-west Germany. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 278-281.

989. Garcia, O., Martin, P., Uriarte, J., Albarran, C., and Alonso, A. (1998) Allele frequency distribution of 7 STR loci in the Basque Country autochthonous population. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 282-284.

990. Ribeiro, T., Brito, R. M., Espinheira, R., and Geada, H. (1998) Duplex STR analysis of D19S253 and D18S51 in a Portuguese population. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 285-287.

991. Gessa, S., Carcassi, C., Floris, L., Paribello, F., Lai, S., Demontis, R., Alba, F., Montaldo, S., and Contu, L. (1998) Sardinian population data on STR locus HUMTH01. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 288-290.

992. Glock, B., Schwartz, D. W. M., Dauber, E. M., Schwartz-Jungl, E. M., and Mayr, W. R. (1998) Austrian population data on the polymorphic STR loci DYS19 and HUMF13B. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 291-293.

993. Prata, M. J., Gusmao, L., Mota, P., Silva, D., and Amorim, A. (1998) Genetic profiling of S. Miguel island (Azores). Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 294-296.

994. Klintschar, M. and Al Hammadi, N. (1998) A study on five short tandem repeat systems in a Yemenian population sample. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 300-302.

995. Klintschar, M., Glock, B., Dauber, E. M., and Mayr, W. R. (1998) Allele frequencies and sequence studies of a highly variable STR at the D17S976 locus. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 303-305.

996. Kozma, Z., Nagy, M., Woller, J., Furedi, S., Setalo, J., Nishimura, A., Bajnoczky, I., Ohya, I., and Nishi, K. (1998) Population genetic study for the STR loci D21S11 and HUMFIBRA analysed by using a fluorescent based coamplification and automated detection. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 306-308.

997. Martin, P., Garcia, O., Alonso, A., Albarran, C., and Sancho, M. (1998) Allele frequencies od D3S1358 and HUMFIBRA (FGA) in a Central Spanish population. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 309-311.

998. Martinez-Jarreta, B., Roche, P. D., Budowle, B., Abecia, E., Castellano, M., and Casalod, Y. (1998) Pyrenean population data on 3 tetrameric short tandem repeat loci - HUMTH01, TPOX, and CSF1PO - derived using a STR multiplex system. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 312-314.

999. Mornhinweg, E., Luckenbach, C., and Ritter, H. (1998) D3S1358 and D8S1179: Analysis and allele frequencies in a south German population. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 315-317.

1000. Nagai, A., Watanabe, T., Takayama, T., Yamada, S., Bunai, Y., Nakamura, I., and Ohya, I. (1998) Allele frequencies and sequence data of the STR locus D11S554 in a Japanese population. Progress in Forensic Genetics 7 (1997). 7, pp. 318-320.

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