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RapidHIT™ Human DNA Identification System Applications for Real-World Cases: Investigative Leads, Cold Hit Confirmations, and Missing Persons Cases

This poster was presented Oct 7 – 10, 2013, at the 24th International Symposium of Human Identification (ISHI 24). This poster has been re-formatted for page printing and viewing. Introduction Blood and saliva samples are valuable for the development of investigative leads and are commonly recovered from many crime scenes. These samples, if processed quickly, […]

Developmental Validation of the RapidHIT™ System

This poster was presented Oct 7 – 10, 2013, at the 24th International Symposium of Human Identification (ISHI 24). This poster has been re-formatted for page printing and viewing. Introduction As Rapid DNA technology is poised to become an effective investigative tool for the identification of individuals through DNA profiling, the efficacy and reliability of […]

Integration of a European STR Assay on the RapidHIT™ System for Investigative Searches

This poster was presented Oct 7 – 10, 2013, at the 24th International Symposium of Human Identification (ISHI 24). This poster has been re-formatted for page printing and viewing. Introduction The forensic community is continually striving to improve the analysis of DNA, particularly in regards to decreasing turnaround time to obtain a DNA profile. Rapid […]

DNA Investigative Lead Development From Blood and Saliva Samples in Less Than Two Hours Using the RapidHIT™ Human DNA Identification System

This poster was presented Sept 7 – 10, 2013, at the 25th World Congress of the International Society of Forensic Genetics (ISFG) by Dr. Stefanie Gangano. Introduction Blood and saliva samples are valuable for the development of investigative leads and are commonly recovered from many crime scenes. These samples, if processed quickly, can dramatically accelerate […]

Fox News Report on AZ DPS Uses RapidHIT

Fox news in Phoenix, Arizona reports on the use of the RapidHIT system by Arizona DPS to return DNA profiles in 90 minutes allowing law enforcement to catch criminals faster. Click to View Foxs News report on AZ DPS uses RapidHIT

See the RapidHIT™ Human Identification System at IACP 2013, October 19-23, in Philadelphia, PA

The RapidHIT System provides a way to analyze DNA samples in locations removed from the traditional laboratory and obtain a DNA profile in 90 minutes — without the need for an on-site scientist. See the RapidHIT 200 System in exhibit space #3300 at IACP — the 120th Annual International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference — October 19-23, […]

See the RapidHIT™ Human Identification System at ISHI 2013, October 7-10, in Atlanta, Georgia

The RapidHIT System provides a way to analyze DNA samples in locations removed from the traditional laboratory and obtain a DNA profile in 90 minutes — without the need for an on-site scientist. See the RapidHIT 200 System at ISHI 2013 — the International Symposum on Human Identification — October 7-10, 2013, in Atlanta, Georgia.

See the RapidHIT™ System at ISFG 2013, September 2-7, in Melbourne, Australia

The RapidHIT System provides a way to analyze DNA samples in locations removed from the traditional laboratory and obtain a DNA profile in 90 minutes — without the need for an on-site scientist. See the RapidHIT 200 System in exhibit space #1 at ISFG — the 25th World Congress of the International Society for Forensic Genetics, […]

See the RapidHIT™ Human Identification System at the Biometric Consortium Conference, September 17-19, 2013, in Tampa Florida

The RapidHIT System provides a way to analyze DNA samples in locations removed from the traditional laboratory and obtain a DNA profile in 90 minutes — without the need for an on-site scientist. See the RapidHIT 200 System in exhibit space #320 at the 2013 Biometric Consortium Conference, September 17 – 19, 2013, in Tampa, […]

See the RapidHIT™ 200 Human Identification System at the FBINAA Annual Training Conference, July 27-30, 2013, in Orlando Florida

The RapidHIT System provides a way to analyze DNA samples in locations removed from the traditional laboratory and obtain a DNA profile in 90 minutes — without the need for an on-site scientist. See the RapidHIT 200 System in exhibit space #601 at the 2013 FBINAA Annual Training Conference, July 27-30, 2013, in Orlando, Florida.