GeneMapper® ID-X Software Resources
Learn more about GeneMapper® ID-X Software and other Applied Biosystems Human Identification solutions:
National Institute of Justice's Expert Systems Testbed (NEST) Project
Marshall University Forensic Science Center (MUSFC) is the host site of the National Institute of Justice Expert Systems Testbed (NEST) Project to evaluate commercially available expert systems for the national forensic DNA community.
The latest news and developments regarding forensic DNA policy.
Forensic News is a quarterly e-newsletter from Applied Biosystems, which provides the latest information on human identification applications.
NIST Forensics/Human Identity Project Team
A number of new STR loci are under development at NIST to aid forensic casework and the human identity testing community.
California Department of Justice
Official website of the Attorney General of California and the Department of Justice.
Department of Pathology and Anatomy, University of North Texas
Official website of one of the most experienced DNA/Identity Laboratories in the United States and operator of the Texas Missing Persons DNA Database, and a frequent collaborator with the FBI, National Institute of Justice and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
NIJ Missing Persons Initiative & Links
The Initiative calls for increased funding, training, and assistance — to Federal, State, and local forensic labs; to police; to medical professionals; to victim service providers; and to prosecutors, defense lawyers, and judges — to ensure that this technology reaches its full potential to solve crimes, protect the innocent, and identify missing persons.
National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC)
Not-for-profit corporation funded by a Cooperative Agreement with the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and provides programs that build individual competency and quality systems for the forensic science community in the United States.