Application of Prep-n-Go™ NGM Select™ Direct Amplification for Databasing Samples
Presented by: Walther Parson, Institute of Legal Medicine Innsbruck Medical University

Introducing: The AmpFℓSTR® NGM SElect™ Express Kit From Sample to Result in 2 Hours*

The Evolution of Direct Amplification: From Sample to Result in 2 Hours*
Presented by: Nicola Oldroyd, Life Technologies Corporation


The NGM™ Kit: Updated Overview

Development of the AmpFℓSTR® NGM SElect™ PCR Amplification Kit
Presented by: Nicola Oldroyd, February 24, 2011 in Hamburg at the Applied Biosystems User Meeting in conjunction with the Gednap Meeting

The AmpFℓSTR® SElectKit: A NextGeneration Multiplex STR Kit Containing the SE33 Locus (160 kb)
Robert Green, Julio Mulero, Robert Lagace, Wilma Norona, Adam Broomer, Nicola Oldroyd, Simina Ticau and Lori Hennessy. Life Technologies, 850 Lincoln Centre Dr., Foster City, CA 94404, USA

Development of the AmpFℓSTR® NGM SElect™ Kit: A Next Generation STR Multiplex including the SE33 Locus (160 kb)
Poster presentation by Applied Biosystems on September 22, 2010 at the Annual Meeting of the German Society of Legal Medicine (DGRM) in Berlin

Next Generation STR Chemistries for Improved Efficiency and Performance in the Human Identification Workflow (888 kb)
Presented by Nicola Oldroyd, Applied Biosystems, on September 7, 2010 at the 20th International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences of the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society (ANZFSS) in Sydney, Australia

Next Generation Chemistry Developments to Support the Use of SE-33 in Germany
Presented by Gottfried Weichhold, Senior Field Applications Specialist, Applied Biosystems, at the 30th Spurenworkshop der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Rechtsmedizin (GEDNAP) on February 6th, 2010 in Zurich, Switzerland (presentation in English)

More Informative High Quality STR Genotyping results: The AmpFℓSTR® NGM™ PCR Amplification Kit
(PDF 525 Kb)

Presented by Applied Biosystems at the Applied Biosystems European Forensic Seminar Series

Developmental Validation of the AmpFℓSTR® NGM™ Kit, a Robust and Highly Discriminatory STR Multiplex (PDF 341 Kb)
Poster Presentation by Robert Green, Staff Scientist, Applied Biosystems, at the International Symposium on Human Identification, October 12-15, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada

Development of a New Forensic STR Multiplex with Enhanced Performance for Degraded and Inhibited Samples (PDF 452 Kb)
Presented by Julio Mulero, Ph.D., Sr. Staff Scientist, Applied Biosystems, on September 16, 2009 at the 23rd World Congress of the International Society of Forensic Genetics in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Automation of Statistical Interpretation with R Software Applied to Validation of AmpFℓSTR® Next Generation Multiplex™ (PDF 868 Kb)
Poster presentation by Laurent Pène, Institut National de Police Scientifique, Laboratoire de Lyon, France on Wednesday, September 16, 2009 at the 23rd World Congress of the International Society of Forensic Genetics in Buenos Aires, Argentina

More Discriminating and More Robust Forensic DNA Identification with the New AmpFℓSTR® NGM™ PCR Amplification Kit (PDF 2.7 Mb)
Presented by Auli Bengs, Forensic DNA Expert, National Bureau of Investigation Forensic Laboratory, Finland, on September 11, 2009 at the 5th European Academy of Forensic Science Conference in Glasgow, Scotland

Development of a Next Generation Forensic STR Multiplex for Enhanced Performance on Degraded and Inhibited Samples (PDF 201 Kb)
Poster Presentation by Nicola Oldroyd, Senior Forensic Scientist, Applied Biosystems, on September 11, 2009 at the 5th European Academy of Forensic Science Conference in Glasgow, Scotland

Development of the AmpFℓSTR® NGM™ PCR Amplification Kit: Project Background and Current Status
(PDF 1 Mb)

Presented by Nicola Oldroyd, Senior Forensic Scientist, Applied Biosystems, on April 23, 2009 at the ENFSI DNA Working Group Meeting in Lisbon, Portugal