ESR response to NISTIR 8351 - DRAFT DNA Mixture Interpretation: A NIST Scientific Foundation Review
In a response to NISTIR 8351 - DRAFT DNA Mixture Interpretation: A NIST Scientific Foundation Review we have supplied summary data for each profile for a number of different published papers. These include:
1. Bright J-A, Richards R, Kruijver M, Kelly H, McGovern C, Magee A, et al. Internal validation of STRmix™ – A multi laboratory response to PCAST. Forensic Sci Int Genet. 2018;34:11-24.
2. Buckleton JS, Pugh SN, Bright J-A, Taylor DA, Curran JM, Kruijver M, et al. Are low LRs reliable? Forensic Sci Int Genet. 2020 2020/11/01/;49:102350.
3. Kelly H, Bright J-A, Kruijver M, Cooper S, Taylor D, Duke K, et al. A sensitivity analysis to determine the robustness of STRmix™ with respect to laboratory calibration. Forensic Sci Int Genet. 2018 7//;35:113-22.
4. Lin M-H, Bright J-A, Pugh SN, Buckleton JS. The interpretation of mixed DNA profiles from a mother, father, and child trio. Forensic Sci Int Genet. 2020 2020/01/01/;44:102175.
5. Bille T, Weitz S, Buckleton JS, Bright J-A. Interpreting a major component from a mixed DNA profile with an unknown number of minor contributors. Forensic Sci Int Genet. 2019 2019/05/01/;40:150-9.
6. Buckleton JS, Bright J-A, Cheng K, Budowle B, Coble MD. NIST Interlaboratory Studies Involving DNA Mixtures (MIX13): A modern analysis. Forensic Sci Int Genet. 2018;37:172-9.
In addition, ESR’s official response to the Draft Scientific Foundational Review is available.