Evidence Sample Folders in Crime Lab
A member of the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division (FSD) looks for a saliva sample for analysis by a computer controlled robotic analyzer. The liquid handling robots must be able to extract DNA from as diverse a range of biological samples as blood, semen, saliva, skin cells, hair roots, bones, skeletal remains, and samples with very small concentrations of DNA. The automated system must also be able to extract typable DNA from biological stains on different materials such as linen, polyester, cotton, wood, metal, glass, and plastics. Biological stains may also be contaminated with mold, dirt, gasoline, pesticides, oil, and other deleterious substances.
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