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posted on 11.03.2021, 04:25 by Rui Jin, Wei Cui, Yating Fang, Xiaoye Jin, Hongdan Wang, Qiong Lan, Yuxin Guo, Chong Chen, Xingru Zhang, Bofeng Zhu

Insertion/deletion polymorphism is a promising genetic marker in the forensic genetic fields, especially in the forensic application of degraded sample at crime scene. In this research, a novel five-dye multiplex amplification panel containing 43 highly polymorphic Insertion/deletion (InDel) loci and one Amelogenin gene locus is designed and constructed in-house for the individual identification in East Asian populations. The amplicon sizes of 43 InDel loci are less than 200 bp, which help to ensure that full allele profiles can be obtained from degraded DNA sample. A series of optimizations and developmental validations including optimization of PCR conditions, detection efficiency of the degraded and casework samples, sensitivity, reproducibility, precision, tolerance for inhibitors, species specificity and DNA mixtures are performed according to the Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods (SWGDAM) guideline. The results of the internal validation demonstrated that this novel InDel panel was a reliable, sensitive and accurate system with good tolerances to different inhibitors, and performed the considerable detection efficiency for the degraded or mixed samples, which could be used in the forensic applications.

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