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  • Author:
    William Goodwin,Adrian Linacre,Sibte Hadi
  • ISBN:
    0470010266
  • ISBN13:
    978-0470010266
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    Wiley; 1 edition (November 6, 2007)
  • Pages:
    162 pages
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    Medicine
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Preface About the Authors 1 Introduction to forensic genetics Forensic genetics A brief history of forensic genetics References. ix x 1 1 2 5. 2 DNA structure and the genome DNA structure Organization of DNA into chromosomes The structure of the human genome Genetic diversity of modern humans The genome and forensic genetics Tandem repeats Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) Further reading References.

William Goodwin is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Forensic and Investigative Science at the University of Central Lancashire where his main teaching areas are molecular biology and its application to forensic analysis

William Goodwin is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Forensic and Investigative Science at the University of Central Lancashire where his main teaching areas are molecular biology and its application to forensic analysis. Prior to this he worked for eight years at the Department of Forensic Medicine and Science in the Human Identification Centre where hewas involved in a number of international cases involving the identifications of individuals from air crashes and from clandestine graves.

by William Goodwin (Author), Adrian Linacre (Author), Sibte Hadi (Author) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-0470010266. includes case studies to enhance student understanding. includes the latest developments in the field focusing on the technology used today and that which is likely to be used in the future. William Goodwin University of Central Lancashire. Adrian Linacre University of Strathclyde.

William Goodwin (author), Adrian Linacre (author), Sibte Hadi (author). Paperback 224 Pages, Published: 12/07/2019.

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William Goodwin, Sibte Hadi (both U. of Central Lancashire, England), and Adrian Linacre (Flinders U. Australia) provide a textbook for a first undergraduate course, covering all aspects of forensic genetics briefly, with references to more detailed coverage of particular aspects. Australia) provide a textbook for a first undergraduate course, covering all aspects of forensic genetics briefly, with references to more detailed coverage of particular aspects elsewhere. Booknews, 1 April 2011). Introduction to Forensic Genetics 2e. Table of contents.

An Introduction to Forensic Genetics is a comprehensive introduction to this fast moving area from the collection of evidence at the scene of a crime to the presentation of that evidence in a legal context. The last few years have seen significant advances in the subject and the development and application of genetics has revolutionised forensic science.

This book begins with the key concepts needed to fully appreciate the subject and moves on to examine the latest developments in the field, illustrated throughout with references to relevant casework. In addition to the technology involved in generating a DNA profile, the underlying population biology and statistical interpretation are also covered. The evaluation and presentation of DNA evidence in court is discussed as well with guidance on the evaluation process and how court reports and statements should be presented.

An accessible introduction to Forensic Genetics from the collection of evidence to the presentation of that evidence in a legal context Includes case studies to enhance student understanding Includes the latest developments in the field focusing on the technology used today and that which is likely to be used in the future Accessible treatment of population biology and statistics associated with forensic evidence

This book offers undergraduate students of Forensic Science an accessible approach to the subject that will have direct relevance to their courses. An Introduction to Forensic Genetics is also an invaluable resource for postgraduates and practising forensic scientists looking for a good introduction to the field.


Agarus
very good
Arihelm
Great text to keep up with my forensic work. The book has valuable information that help me in my everyday work.
Phenade
I can't say that I was particularly intrigued but needed this book for a class. It served its purpose.
Viashal
Without a studied reading this would be a difficult book for most laymen: requires more than just a nodding acquaintance with genetics, but one should also have running in the background some idea of what "forensic" actually means. Nonetheless, this is a must read for people interested in just one of the many new sub-disciplines opening almost daily.