Editorial1992a (Article)

Brinkmann B., Bütler R., Lincoln P., Mayr WR., Rossi U., Bär W., Baur M., Budowle B., Fimmers R., Gill P., Morris J., Rand S., Rittner C., Sensabaugh G. (1992), 'Editorial: 1991 Report concerning recommendations of the DNA Commission of the International Society for Forensic Haemogenetics relating to the use of DNA polymorphisms', Forensic Sci. Int. 52, 125-130 File

Abstract In 1989 the ISFH published its first recommendations concerning the application of DNA investigations to forensic science. It was obvious, even at the time of publishing, that these guidelines would need revision and updating because of the rapidly changing situation with regards to DNA technology. Since then the DNA commission of the ISFH has met twice with the aim of improving the recommendations so that they encompass the new developments in this field. This report is concerned primarily with the detection of DNA polymorphisms by restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis. It also contains general recommendations applicable to al1 DNA polymorphism analysis.

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