IntegenX Inc., the global market leader for Rapid DNA human identification, applauds the signing into law of S.139 and HR.510, The Rapid DNA Act of 2017. The legislation will allow law enforcement agencies, under standards and guidelines established by the FBI, to perform real-time DNA testing at time of arrest, within booking stations.
IntegenX Announces a New RapidHIT® ID Cartridge System, Expanding the Utility of the Easiest to Use Rapid DNA System
Allows laboratories to generate forensic DNA profiles from extracted and quantified DNA samples in 90 minutes
IntegenX announced today that for the first time in the U.S., results from its RapidHIT® System were used in court to obtain a conviction in an attempted murder case in Richland County, South Carolina.
Bill Introduced in the Senate to Allow Rapid DNA Testing to be Performed by Law Enforcement Officials
The Rapid DNA Act of 2015, has been introduced by U.S. Senators Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Diane Feinstein (D-CA)
The RapidHIT System from IntegenX reached another milestone in technology adoption this week, as the 500th arrestee DNA profile generated on the RapidHIT System by Key Forensic Services was uploaded to the UK’s National DNA Database (NDNAD)
IntegenX Inc., the global market leader for Rapid Human DNA identification, is pleased to announce the introduction of the RapidHIT ID System, providing forensic DNA profiles with unprecedented speed and ease of use
RapidHIT DNA Profile Uploaded to UK National DNA Database Identifies Dangerous Sex Offender While Suspect in Custody
The revolutionary RapidHIT® System from IntegenX delivered a stunning arrest in the UK last week
IntegenX announced today that a second major national database, The National DNA Database (NDNAD), has had forensic DNA profiles uploaded from the RapidHIT® System.
Arizona Department of Public Safety is First NDIS Lab to Upload DNA Profiles to National Database Utilizing Rapid DNA
IntegenX RapidHIT® system enables DNA identification while a suspect is still in custody
The Rapid DNA Act of 2014, to establish a system for the integration of Rapid DNA instruments for use by law enforcement has been introduced by Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin