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TrueAllele® interpretation of Allegheny County DNA mixtures
M.W. Perlin. "TrueAllele® interpretation of Allegheny County DNA mixtures", Allegheny County Courthouse, Pittsburgh, PA, 28-Feb-2014.
Continuing Legal Education program
Allegheny County Courthouse, Gold Room
Friday, February 28, 2014 from 12:30 - 2:30 pm
Open to the public
Register with the District Attorney's Office
PowerPoint presentations with live audio recordings of Dr. Perlin's talks.
TrueAllele interpretation of Allegheny County DNA mixtures
Murder in McKeesport
Nigerian serial rapist
Mixtures contain DNA from multiple people, and can be difficult for human scientists to analyze. Computer mixture interpretation can obtain more information from the same evidence. Cybergenetics TrueAllele® technology has been used in Allegheny County criminal trials to interpret DNA mixtures. Several cases will be presented in this CLE program; crimes include sexual assault and homicide. For each case, a prosecutor will introduce the DNA evidence, and Dr. Perlin will describe what the computer found.