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TrueAllele widely accepted as reliable science
TrueAllele® is an accurate and objective way of interpreting complex DNA evidence. Cybergenetics' computer system has been ruled admissible by judges in ten American courts. The first ruling came in 2009, following a Frye challenge to its reliability in Pennsylvania v. Foley. The tenth was a Daubert ruling in Indiana v. Wade this year.
TrueAllele reliability is based on extensivetesting by many scientists. Over thirty validation studies demonstrate the accuracy of TrueAllele mixture interpretation. TrueAllele removes human bias from the calculations, yielding objective DNA match statistics. This accuracy and objectivity distinguishes TrueAllele from other forensic analysis methods.