Combined DNA Index System


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Noun1.Combined DNA Index System - the DNA file maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation
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10, 2015, the DuPage County Crime Laboratory informed detectives from the sheriff's office that there was a DNA match through the Combined DNA Index System that identified a specific person as the contributor of the DNA profile obtained from the sexual assault kit performed during Kristy's autopsy.
The RapidHIT ID System, when used with the new EXT cartridge, is the first Rapid DNA technology that can upload evidence samples to national DNA databases, such as the FBI's Combined DNA Index System (CODIS).
These challenges include laboratory methodology and validation, training and education on the fundamentals of the technologies and chemistries, functionality, genetic marker systems, interpretation guidelines, policy and data procedure developments related to Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) operations, and perceived admissibility and privacy issues.
He discusses mandatory minimum sentencing, the advent of the Combined DNA Index System, the onset of business improvement districts and the development of the Midtown Community Court Community Affairs Units, sharing resources from housing and transit police connections and community boards.
The Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), a software donated to the PNP by the US government, made it easier and faster to identify the bodies, she added.
Thirteen specific STR loci are used by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Combined DNA Index System (CODIS).
His DNA had been collected there and was entered recently into the national Combined DNA Index System, where it matched the DNA sample from the 2008 case.
A hit in the Combined DNA Index System database last summer led to Mr.
NDIS is considered one part of Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), the national level containing the DNA profiles contributed by federal, state, and local participating forensic laboratories.
Similarly, the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) Core Loci working Group in the USA recommended expanding the required minimal core loci for the database from 13 autosomal STR loci to 19, with 3 optional loci and 1 Y-chromosome marker also specified.
The Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) is the automated DNA information processing and telecommunication system that supports NDIS.
The FBI's Combined DNA Index System is a computer program that allows forensic laboratories at the national, state and local levels to compare samples.
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