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Forensic Science Communications
April 2005 – Volume 7 – Number 2 

Research and Technology
Analysis of the Uniqueness and Persistence of Human Scent
Allison M. Curran, Scott I. Rabin, and Kenneth G. Furton
Evaluating Mixed DNA Profiles with the Presence of Relatives: Theory, Method, and Computer Software
Yue-Qing Hu, Wing K. Fung, and Jian Lu
Population Genetics of 17 Microsatellite Loci in Three Major Groups of Andhra Pradesh, India
G. Hima Bindu, Rajni Trivedi, and V. K. Kashyap
Standards and Guidelines
Validation Guidelines for Laboratories Performing Forensic Analysis of Chemical Terrorism
Scientific Working Group on Forensic Analysis of Chemical Terrorism (SWGFACT)
Forensic Human Hair Examination Guidelines
Scientific Working Group on Materials Analysis (SWGMAT)
Forensic Fiber Examiner Training Program
Scientific Working Group for Materials Analysis (SWGMAT)
Short Communications
2005 Crime Laboratory Development Symposium Nomination Form
Interlaboratory Study on Bone Extraction for Mitochondrial DNA Analysis
Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods Mitochondrial DNA Subcommittee
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