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  • Cybergenetics :: How TrueAllele Works, Part 1: Genotype modeling and the likelihood ratio
    Press Releases Trials Contact Directions Information Visiting Support FAQ File Transfer Sending Data Downloads Back to Webinars How TrueAllele Works Part 1 Genotype modeling and the likelihood ratio 16 Oct 2014 1pm EDT TrueAllele Casework separates DNA mixtures into genotypes solves kinship and paternity and calculates match statistics Based on feedback from MAFS and other workshops topics in this series will include TrueAllele genotype modeling likelihood ratio calculation PCR stutter

    Original URL path: http://www.cybgen.com/information/webinar/2014/Perlin-How-TrueAllele-Works-Part-1/page.shtml (2016-02-12)
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  • Cybergenetics :: TrueAllele Work and Workflow: Kern County's First Cases
    Back to Webinars TrueAllele Work and Workflow Kern County s First Cases 23 Apr 2014 1pm EDT The Kern Regional Crime Laboratory KCRL in Bakersfield California has been on line with Cybergenetics TrueAllele Casework since October of 2013 In this user group webinar the KRCL describes their TrueAllele validation study and presents three interesting cases where they used TrueAllele technology to resolve complex DNA mixtures Director Dr Kevin Miller and

    Original URL path: http://www.cybgen.com/information/webinar/2014/Miller-Woolard-Sugimoto-Garza-TrueAllele-Work-and-Workflow-Kern-Countys-First-Cases/page.shtml (2016-02-12)
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  • Cybergenetics :: Pushing the Limits of TrueAllele Casework
    Admissibility Education Patents Presentations Publications Webinars YouTube News Major Projects Newsletters Newsroom Press Releases Trials Contact Directions Information Visiting Support FAQ File Transfer Sending Data Downloads Back to Webinars Pushing the Limits of TrueAllele Casework 4 Dec 2013 1pm EDT Dr Greenspoon will describe her TrueAllele validation study which examined known DNA samples containing up to four contributors and assessed accuracy sensitivity specificity and reproducibility She will also discuss TrueAllele

    Original URL path: http://www.cybgen.com/information/webinar/2013/Greenspoon-Pushing-the-Limits-of-TrueAllele-Casework/page.shtml (2016-02-12)
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  • Cybergenetics :: Introducing TrueAllele Casework at the New York State Police
    Started Admissibility Education Patents Presentations Publications Webinars YouTube News Major Projects Newsletters Newsroom Press Releases Trials Contact Directions Information Visiting Support FAQ File Transfer Sending Data Downloads Back to Webinars Introducing TrueAllele Casework at the New York State Police 18

    Original URL path: http://www.cybgen.com/information/webinar/2013/Duceman-Caponera-Introducing-TrueAllele-Casework-at-the-New-York-State-Police/page.shtml (2016-02-12)
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  • Cybergenetics :: DNA knowledge, DNA power: how computers interpret evidence
    YouTube News Major Projects Newsletters Newsroom Press Releases Trials Contact Directions Information Visiting Support FAQ File Transfer Sending Data Downloads Back to Webinars DNA knowledge DNA power how computers interpret evidence 6 Aug 2013 1pm EDT DNA evidence provides a pathway for identifying criminals However that pathway has been broken by an inability to interpret data Since SWGDAM most DNA mixtures do not get into court or onto databases This

    Original URL path: http://www.cybgen.com/information/webinar/2013/Perlin-Ferrara-DNA-knowledge-DNA-power-how-computers-interpret-evidence/page.shtml (2016-02-12)
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  • Cybergenetics :: Cybergenetics Awarded Contract to Identify World Trade Center Victim Remains Using TrueAllele® Technology -- Advanced TrueAllele® SuperComputer to Help Identify WTC Victims
    of the TrueAllele technology on the WTC effort will yield additional results The OCME has identified the remains of 1 598 victims through DNA testing and other forensic methods However 1 151 missing people 42 percent of all WTC victims have not yet been identified And 9 797 of the 20 730 victim remains specimens recovered from the WTC site have not yet been identified We are looking forward to working with the OCME to help identify more WTC victim remains says Dr Mark Perlin CEO of Cybergenetics Using advanced TrueAllele computation will help match more DNA from victim remains to missing people and bring closure to their families Victims leave biological remains at a mass disaster site Though damaged these victim remains can produce DNA profile information Separately DNA collected from personal effects and family members of the missing people can produce reference DNA profiles Victim remains can be identified by comparing their DNA profiles with the reference DNA profiles of missing people and finding matches between them However current analysis software for data from damaged DNA may yield only limited identification information Cybergenetics automated TrueAllele data review technology overcomes this limitation by using advanced mathematics that enables computers to rapidly extract far more information from the same DNA data By reanalyzing the existing WTC DNA data from both victim remains and missing people using the TrueAllele technology Cybergenetics will help the OCME identify more victim remains Studies show that compared with manual analysis our automated TrueAllele system can extract a thousand times more information from difficult DNA data say Dr Perlin A highly parallel TrueAllele system can work 24 7 producing many DNA profiles every minute The computer s advantage here is time and information In its Pittsburgh office Cybergenetics is using a TrueAllele SuperComputer containing dozens of

    Original URL path: http://www.cybgen.com/information/press-release/2006/Cybergenetics-Awarded-Contract-to-Identify-World-Trade-Center-Victim-Remains-Using-TrueAllele-Technology/page.shtml (2016-02-12)
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  • Cybergenetics :: Cybergenetics TrueAllele analyzes DNA evidence from World Trade Center terrorist attack
    to reanalyze all the WTC DNA data from victim remains personal effects and family members TrueAllele Database then applied DNA matching to the reanalyzed data thereby identifying victim remains with missing people Cybergenetics Awarded Contract to Identify World Trade Center Victim Remains Using TrueAllele Technology Press release Shaler Robert C Who They Were inside the World Trade Center DNA Story the Unprecedented Effort to Identify the Missing New York Free

    Original URL path: http://www.cybgen.com/information/newsroom/2006/sep/Cybergenetics-TrueAllele-analyzes-DNA-evidence-from-World-Trade-Center-terrorist-attack.shtml (2016-02-12)
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  • Cybergenetics :: Forensic Science Service Expands License for Cybergenetics Automated DNA Data Review Technology
    our TrueAllele forensics technology to crime scene evidence said Dr Mark Perlin chief executive officer of Cybergenetics The intelligent computerized TrueAllele system greatly reduces the time cost error and tedium of manually reviewing forensic data We expect the FSS to realize further efficiency gains in applying TrueAllele interpretation to DNA evidence The FSS has long been the world leader in automating forensic DNA said Dr Dave Werrett chief executive of the FSS We created the first large scale national DNA databank along with the laboratory production and information delivery services that provide effective DNA intelligence to our police The TrueAllele process helps analyze roughly 350 000 DNA database profiles for the FSS each year with high accuracy and rapid turnaround time We are pleased to extend our TrueAllele license to crime scene DNA evidence applying Cybergenetics automated interpretation technology to an estimated 100 000 crime stains each year The UK National DNA Database assists police in catching criminals by matching DNA from crime scene evidence to a database of known offenders This DNA database averages 100 hits a day and has been instrumental in securing the convictions of thousands of offenders In conjunction with Cybergenetics TrueAllele technology 95 of UK DNA Database profiles are analyzed and entered within 5 days Moreover 95 of crime scene DNA evidence samples are processed within 10 days There is no DNA backlog in the UK Conventional DNA data editing is a labor intensive task that requires human review of every genotype and involves significant time and expense Cybergenetics TrueAllele software is an automated intelligent system that performs approximately 90 percent of this routine data review rapidly cost effectively and with a high degree of accuracy enabling technical staff to focus on the small number of problematic samples The TrueAllele technology is protected by US

    Original URL path: http://www.cybgen.com/information/press-release/2004/Forensic-Science-Service-Expands-License-for-Cybergenetics-Automated-DNA-Data-Review-Technology/page.shtml (2016-02-12)
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