Forensic DNA databases


By jpeza - Posted on 23 Marzo 2009

Fecha Publicación: 
23 Mar 2004
Nombre de Revista: 
Datos del paper
Volumen: 
146
Página Inicial: 
143
Página Final: 
144
Abstract: 

Genetic databases have been created in several countries: the United Kingdom was the first European country to have, in
1995, a DNA database. Subsequently, the Netherlands and Austria (1997), Germany (1998), Finland and Norway (1999) and
many others have introduced or are preparing databases.
Different national legal systems have conditioned the DNA databases and so there is a great heterogeneity between countries.
The criteria for an entry of a DNA profile, the criteria for a removal, the criteria for a search, etc., can lead to very distinct
databases.
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Dirección del Autor: 

aNational Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Coimbra, Portugal
bFaculty of Medicine, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Coautores: 

Francisco Corte-Real

Clasificación del paper: 
Forensic; DNA; Databases
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