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An Introduction to Forensic DNA Analysis
By CRC Press
4.3 out of 5 stars (11 Reviews)
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Publisher:  CRC Press
Edition:  2nd
Published:  December 21, 2001
Binding:  Hardcover
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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, September 28, 2015
By Mayra Maldonado
The book came in excellent condition.

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1.0 out of 5 stars.  I am disgusted, January 19, 2011
By Deon
The service from this company is disgusting. I never received my book. I ordered my book on December 18, 2010 and I still did not receive it. I was even told that another copy would be sent out and I am still waiting. I will never order from this company again.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Great condition!, September 27, 2010
By Andy
I am very happy to say that soon after I placed my order, I received the book in perfect condition. It was shrink wrapped and in great shape.

Thank you for your professsionalism and promptness :)

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Great shipping!, February 22, 2010
By Cynthia Ruby Beltran
The book arrived in a very timely manner. I will most definitely buy from this seller again if need be.

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3.0 out of 5 stars.  Good textbook for intro class, March 10, 2006
By Adam Mccoy
I suppose the most important question is why are you interested in this book. It would make a good textbook for an intro type class in this area or would be good for someone who doesn't know DNA analysis, but is involved in criminalistics. The level of detail is insufficient for anyone who actually understands the molecular approaches. It spends a fair bit of time talking about cases and HOW this particular approach was once useful. These are interesting little stories, but the book really didn't give me what I wanted. I have a background in molecular genetics and was interested in making a career shift to DNA forensics. There was little of value for me because it never really got to the details. I think it would be good for a class because it provides historical perspective on the now outdated techniques that would be important background for someone who never knew anything about the development of the previous techniques and only learned what is current today, but to someone who has that background...seemed like it just added a new chapter to an otherwise outdated book.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  A great intro for the beginner, June 10, 2002
By Bill Cope
Having left behind my interest in genetics in order to pursue tax accountancy, I've always been fascinated by accounts of DNA typing. This book provides a wonderful introduction that is accessible to even the novice geneticist like myself. Much of the information Rudin and Inman give is quite practical; with some help from a friend who works in a medical lab I was able to set up my own electrophoresis gels and PCR. A word of caution to the amateur, however: make sure you practice before drawing any conclusions from the "evidence." My wife, Amy, wouldn't speak to me for a week after I claimed that a stain on our bed linen did not match my DNA. It turned out that she had spilled some ice cream.

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