Author(s): Giardina E, Spinella A, Novelli G, Giardina E, Spinella A, Novelli G
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Abstract Recent advances in our ability to dissect the human genome and the availability of platforms for genome-wide analysis and whole-genome sequencing are expected to develop new tools for both biomedical and forensic DNA analyses. Nowadays, we can individualize single cells left at the crime scene or analyze ancient human remains. Here, we provide a general view on the past, current and likely future directions of forensic DNA analysis.
This article was published in Nanomedicine (Lond)
and referenced in Journal of Forensic Research