We thank Jamieson and Bader for their letter in reply to our article [
] and their acknowledgement that our work is adding knowledge to the complex area of DNA transfer.
- Breathnach M.
- Williams L.
- McKenna L.
- Moore E.
Probability of detection of DNA deposited by habitual wearer and/or the second individual who touched the garment.
Forensic Sci. Int: Genet. 2016; 20: 53-60
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- Probability of detection of DNA deposited by habitual wearer and/or the second individual who touched the garment.Forensic Sci. Int: Genet. 2016; 20: 53-60
- Letter: Commentary on Breathnach et al.Forensic Sci. Int.: Genet. 2016; 20: e4-e5
- ENFSI Guideline for Evaluative Reporting in Forensic Science-Strengthening the Evaluation of Results Across Europe (STEOFRAE).2015
Published online: October 03, 2016
Received: August 10, 2016
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