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Articles from Springer a leading global scientific publisher of scientific books and journals. - dna paternity @ Wed, 18 Sep 2019 at 07:31 AM
Genetics and Tropical Forests - Tropical Forestry Handbook @ 2021-01-01
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Genetics and Tropical Forests - Tropical Forestry Handbook @ 2021-01-01
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A Survey of Methods and Tools for Large-Scale DNA Mixture Profiling - Smart Infrastructure and Applications @ 2020-01-01
DNA typing or profiling is being widely used for criminal identification, paternity tests, and diagnosis of genetic diseases. DNA typing is considered one of the hardest problems in the forensic science domain, and it is an active area of research. The computational complexity of DNA typing increases significantly with the number of unknowns in the mixture and has been the major deterring factor holding its advancements and applications. In this chapter, we provide an extended review of DNA profiling methods and tools with a particular focus on their computational performance and accuracy. The process of DNA profiling within the broader context of forensic science and genetics is explained. The various classes of DNA profiling methods including general methods, and those based on maximum likelihood estimators, are reviewed. The reviewed DNA profiling tools include LRmix Studio, TrueAllele, DNAMIX V.3, Euroformix, CeesIt, NOCIt, DNAMixture, Kongoh, LikeLTD, LabRetriever, and STRmix. A review of high-performance computing literature in bioinformatics and HPC frameworks is also given. Faster interpretations of DNA mixtures with a large number of unknowns and higher accuracies are expected to open up new frontiers for this area.
 
An Electrochemical DNA Sensor Based on Conducting Polymer Electrode - 7th International Conference on the Development of Biomedical Engineering in Vietnam (BME7) @ 2020-01-01
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An Electrochemical DNA Sensor Based on Conducting Polymer Electrode - 7th International Conference on the Development of Biomedical Engineering in Vietnam (BME7) @ 2020-01-01
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This chapter reviews different streams of literature at the crossroad of border and citizenship studies, to offer a comprehensive understanding on what has been defined as the “internal side” of border drawing. It is often claimed that borders work as filters that operate through specific sociocultural, legal and administrative constructions of deservingness that extend from territorial “entry gates” into the “soft inside” of citizenship through status-producing/rights-allocating mechanisms generating a muddle of scattered and uneven assemblages of rights. As an emerging stream of research has shown, interactive processes of (il)legal status production and negotiation are especially useful to shed light on the role played by a whole variety of actors intermediating non-citizens’ movements across the complex “chutes and ladders” of bordered (un)citizenship.
 
Approaches to Kinship in the Hungarian LGBTQ Community - Queer Families in Hungary @ 2020-01-01
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Approaches to Kinship in the Hungarian LGBTQ Community - Queer Families in Hungary @ 2020-01-01
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Approaches to Kinship in the Hungarian LGBTQ Community - Queer Families in Hungary @ 2020-01-01
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Approaches to Kinship in the Hungarian LGBTQ Community - Queer Families in Hungary @ 2020-01-01
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Title: - Conservation Genetics @ 2019-10-15
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Title: - Conservation Genetics @ 2019-10-15
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Title: - Conservation Genetics @ 2019-10-15
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Title: - Conservation Genetics @ 2019-10-15
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