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Scott80

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Aug 30, 2010
 
Hi I'm doing research on touch DNA, and I'm trying to find who came up this? Can someone tell me where I could find this info? Please email me Scott_1980@comcast.net

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Aug 30, 2010
 
Bode technology.
candy

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Just to show you how rapidly technology progresses in the DNA world, less than 3 years ago, a poster wondered if it was possible that Mary Lacy received the DNA test results back from John Mark Karr's buccal swab within 24 hours as she claimed. We had a poster who falsely claimed (among many other things) to have worked in a DNA lab and said it was NOT possible to have obtained the results so quickly. So, I asked REAL DNA experts and they said YES, it was possible to obtain the DNA results that quickly. This was the thread in which I posted what the REAL DNA experts told me then:

http://www.topix.com/forum/news/jonbenet-rams...

Now, less than 3 years later, BODE technology is advertising to law enforcement that they can process DNA from sample to profile in only 90 minutes:

"Bode Technology's Rapid DNA Service™ provides near real-time DNA analysis for law enforcement and biometric applications. This service provides a DNA profile from forensic samples in less than 90 minutes, resulting in a fast turnaround of investigative leads for law enforcement agencies holding persons of interest. Bode's Rapid DNA Service also allows for DNA to be used as a biometric application for identity resolution of detainees at critical screening points."

"Rapid DNA Service utilizes commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment already commonly used in forensic laboratories and capitalizes on advancements in both rapid thermal cycling and direct amplification. Bode has implemented an amplification procedure that meets the FBI's Quality Assurance Standards for validation. Bode scientists have taken advantage of these significant advancements to obtain DNA from virtually all evidence types, including cigarette butts, bloodstains, touch evidence and handled objects. This service has been validated for use to ensure fast, sensitive, and reliable results."

www.bodetech.com

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candy wrote:
Just to show you how rapidly technology progresses in the DNA world, less than 3 years ago, a poster wondered if it was possible that Mary Lacy received the DNA test results back from John Mark Karr's buccal swab within 24 hours as she claimed. We had a poster who falsely claimed (among many other things) to have worked in a DNA lab and said it was NOT possible to have obtained the results so quickly. So, I asked REAL DNA experts and they said YES, it was possible to obtain the DNA results that quickly. This was the thread in which I posted what the REAL DNA experts told me then:
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/jonbenet-rams...
Now, less than 3 years later, BODE technology is advertising to law enforcement that they can process DNA from sample to profile in only 90 minutes:
"Bode Technology's Rapid DNA Service™ provides near real-time DNA analysis for law enforcement and biometric applications. This service provides a DNA profile from forensic samples in less than 90 minutes, resulting in a fast turnaround of investigative leads for law enforcement agencies holding persons of interest. Bode's Rapid DNA Service also allows for DNA to be used as a biometric application for identity resolution of detainees at critical screening points."
"Rapid DNA Service utilizes commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment already commonly used in forensic laboratories and capitalizes on advancements in both rapid thermal cycling and direct amplification. Bode has implemented an amplification procedure that meets the FBI's Quality Assurance Standards for validation. Bode scientists have taken advantage of these significant advancements to obtain DNA from virtually all evidence types, including cigarette butts, bloodstains, touch evidence and handled objects. This service has been validated for use to ensure fast, sensitive, and reliable results."
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How long does it take a BODE official to jump to the conclusion that incomplete sets of markers constitute a match?

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Candy thank you for providing this information. Those who want to dismiss evidence because it doesn't fit the pattern of their theory will always be around - we must look past that to the information itself, which I know you do - and so do I.

JMK's DNA test was accurate, just not IDI(F)(IDI-friendly). That is no different from Kolar's book which is also not IDIF, therefore it will be dismissed and the IDI will do their level best to attack the messenger, which is what happens when they have no legitimate rebuttal of the facts themselves.
candy wrote:
Just to show you how rapidly technology progresses in the DNA world, less than 3 years ago, a poster wondered if it was possible that Mary Lacy received the DNA test results back from John Mark Karr's buccal swab within 24 hours as she claimed. We had a poster who falsely claimed (among many other things) to have worked in a DNA lab and said it was NOT possible to have obtained the results so quickly. So, I asked REAL DNA experts and they said YES, it was possible to obtain the DNA results that quickly. This was the thread in which I posted what the REAL DNA experts told me then:
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/jonbenet-rams...
Now, less than 3 years later, BODE technology is advertising to law enforcement that they can process DNA from sample to profile in only 90 minutes:
"Bode Technology's Rapid DNA Service™ provides near real-time DNA analysis for law enforcement and biometric applications. This service provides a DNA profile from forensic samples in less than 90 minutes, resulting in a fast turnaround of investigative leads for law enforcement agencies holding persons of interest. Bode's Rapid DNA Service also allows for DNA to be used as a biometric application for identity resolution of detainees at critical screening points."
"Rapid DNA Service utilizes commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment already commonly used in forensic laboratories and capitalizes on advancements in both rapid thermal cycling and direct amplification. Bode has implemented an amplification procedure that meets the FBI's Quality Assurance Standards for validation. Bode scientists have taken advantage of these significant advancements to obtain DNA from virtually all evidence types, including cigarette butts, bloodstains, touch evidence and handled objects. This service has been validated for use to ensure fast, sensitive, and reliable results."
www.bodetech.com
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Aug 28, 2012
 
candy wrote:
Just to show you how rapidly technology progresses in the DNA world, less than 3 years ago, a poster wondered if it was possible that Mary Lacy received the DNA test results back from John Mark Karr's buccal swab within 24 hours as she claimed. We had a poster who falsely claimed (among many other things) to have worked in a DNA lab and said it was NOT possible to have obtained the results so quickly. So, I asked REAL DNA experts and they said YES, it was possible to obtain the DNA results that quickly. This was the thread in which I posted what the REAL DNA experts told me then:
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/jonbenet-rams...
Now, less than 3 years later, BODE technology is advertising to law enforcement that they can process DNA from sample to profile in only 90 minutes:
"Bode Technology's Rapid DNA Service™ provides near real-time DNA analysis for law enforcement and biometric applications. This service provides a DNA profile from forensic samples in less than 90 minutes, resulting in a fast turnaround of investigative leads for law enforcement agencies holding persons of interest. Bode's Rapid DNA Service also allows for DNA to be used as a biometric application for identity resolution of detainees at critical screening points."
"Rapid DNA Service utilizes commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment already commonly used in forensic laboratories and capitalizes on advancements in both rapid thermal cycling and direct amplification. Bode has implemented an amplification procedure that meets the FBI's Quality Assurance Standards for validation. Bode scientists have taken advantage of these significant advancements to obtain DNA from virtually all evidence types, including cigarette butts, bloodstains, touch evidence and handled objects. This service has been validated for use to ensure fast, sensitive, and reliable results."
www.bodetech.com
Hi Candy,
Actually, in the year 2000, a DNA comparison test could have been performed in about 2 hours, So now, it is a lot quicker than 90 minutes. What they do, is they have robots performing the physical part of the tests. Machines do not confuse themselves or make mistakes as much as humans do.
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In the UK the company Selectamark invented a weapon that fires small pellets that are filled with DNA samples, and the samples themselves are produced in the laboratory.

http://www.weirdhut.com/news/dna-gun-that-cel...

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