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       Masthead--Forensic Science Communications
 JULY 1999  
 Volume 1     Number 2  

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Table of Contents

From the Editor: Scientific Support to Terrorism Investigations
Randall S. Murch

Mitochondrial DNA Analysis at the FBI Laboratory
Alice R. Isenberg and Jodi M. Moore

Genotype Profiles for Six Population Groups at the 13 CODIS Short Tandem Repeat Core Loci and Other PCR-Based Loci
Bruce Budowle and Tamyra R. Moretti

Critical Revision of Presumptive Tests for Bloodstains
Ana Castelló Ponce and Fernando A. Verdú Pascual

A Small Sample Mounting Technique for Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-Ray Analysis
Dennis C. Ward

International Symposium on Setting Quality Standards for the Forensic Community, San Antonio, Texas, May 3-7, 1999
Abstracts of Presentations and Poster Sessions

Forensic Paint Analysis and Comparison Guidelines
Scientific Working Group on Materials Analysis (SWGMAT)


The validity of the information in Forensic Science Communications can only be guaranteed if it was obtained directly from http://www.fbi.gov.

Inclusion of a manuscript in Forensic Science Communications in no way represents an endorsement or recommendation of any part of that article by the federal government, the Department of Justice, or the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Contributing authors assume total responsibility for the contents and accuracy of their submissions.

FORENSIC SCIENCE COMMUNICATIONS      JULY 1999   VOLUME 1   NUMBER 2


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