University of North Texas Plans to use Illumina Sequencing in Forensics Projects | GenomeWeb

The University of North Texas Health Science Center's Institute of Applied Genetics and the Department of Forensic and Investigative Genetics will use Illumina's next-generation sequencing technology in several forensics projects.

The projects will include studies on forensically relevant genetic markers for human identity testing, pharmacogenetics for molecular autopsy, microbial forensics, and additional markers and methods to generate investigative leads in criminal cases and matters of national security.

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